LATEST 3D PRINTING RESEARCH
The US may no longer the sole 3D printer operator in space, as China has demonstrated what appears to be a functioning 3D printer on their most recent mission.
New research has demonstrated an inexpensive method of reliably producing different color shades during SLS 3D printing, but will it replace dyeing?
Charles Goulding and Adam Friedman look advanced technology expertise from one of the US’ most interesting and innovative labs.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dig into 3D printing and sanitizing efforts with UV light.
Researchers are using 3D printing to better understand the underground flow of fluids.
The NESSIE project is attempting to optimize large scale production of pharmaceuticals by using advanced technologies, focusing on 3D printed ceramics.
The US Air Force, in concert with scientists from Texas A&M University, developed a novel way of 3D printing the strongest type of steel.
Researchers have found a way to predict the effectiveness of 3D printing martensitic steel.
Researchers have found a way to produce 3D media for bacterial cultures using 3D printing that uses cellulose as the material.
Cosmonauts are attempting to 3D print bone tissue using a bioprinter on the space station.
Researchers at Cambridge and UCSD have developed a sophisticated method of 3D printing living coral reefs.
Anisoprint and one of their clients have developed a very unusual method of making self-sensing construction parts using 3D printed continuous carbon fiber.