Just as we start to build comfort with 3D printing, scientists throw another dimension at it: another look at 4D printing.
We caught up with Pete Basiliere, Research Vice President, Additive Manufacturing at Gartner for a look at predictions in 3D printing and 4D printing in 2019.
This week’s selection is “Advances in Manufacturing and Processing of Materials and Structures” by Yoseph Bar-Cohen.
Overcoming build volume limitations can be done with origami-like 3D printing approaches.
New research shows an interesting approach for producing mechanical paper devices with 3D printing.
Researchers have developed a very interesting method of actuating 3D prints.
Researchers at CMU’s Morphing Matter Lab have developed a technique for 4D printing that could prove popular.
I’m looking at a press release describing what is called “4D Printing” and it seems a bit hard to believe.