LATEST 3D PRINTING RESEARCH
When I saw 3DSLA.RU’s unusual microwave-based 3D printer last November at Formnext, I thought it was the only one. I was wrong.
Researchers from the University of Massachusetts have developed an unusual hybrid 3D printing process that both speeds and strengthens prints.
Researchers at Columbia University have developed a unique form of powder 3D printing that is inverted.
They call post-processing the “dirty little secret” of 3D printing, but let’s talk about it in the 2020 post-processing survey.
A group of researchers at Vanderbilt University have developed an approach for 3D printing thermite to perform part joining.
A team of researchers in Singapore and China has developed a unique process to produce compressible batteries using 3D printing.
Fictiv released their annual “State of Manufacturing” report, and there are some notable changes from previous years’ reports.
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman discuss 3D printing work at an advanced research institute.
Researchers at the Virginia Tech have developed an unusual method that allows latex to be 3D printed.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a method of using holography in 3D printing.
Researchers have found a way to reverse engineer a 3D printed part by examining its microstructure.
Feedback Wanted For Women In 3D Printing Special Edition Of Diversity For Additive Manufacturing Report
Women in 3D Printing is seeking feedback for a special edition of the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report.