A new paper identifies a more inexpensive method of producing photoinitiators.
A group of self-described “anarchist biohackers” has designed a lab reactor that people can make at home out of 3D-printed pieces and off-the-shelf parts
Another 3D print filament provider has linked with a chemical company to develop new materials.
Something quite interesting was observed at the recent FormNext exhibition.
A new material for 3D printers was announced today tells us something about the direction the filament industry is heading.
There are literally dozens of 3D printer filament manufacturers these days, but there may be a powerful way for them to take a step up.
Some interesting research in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials shows how a 3D printed object could be functional in a chemical manner.
Researchers at the University of Washington have put together a quick guide to chemically binding 3D printing materials.