Quality has become one of the most important aspects of additive manufacturing, and there’s an unusual way to ensure quality using CT scans.
Researchers have found a way to reverse engineer a 3D printed part by examining its microstructure.
Several ventures and projects are now working on a powerful new concept called volumetric 3D printing. We have some thoughts on the implications of such a process.
Readily3D announced a new, ultra-high speed 3D printing process using a volumetric approach, but we have some questions.
A $1.5M grant is setting Auburn University up to enhance its metrology efforts for additive manufacturing.
3D technologies including 3D printing and holography are having a major impact on the future of healthcare. International collaborations point to a very three-dimensional future of medical care.
Ever wonder when 3D scanning was invented? It seems that a form of 3D scan, called Photosculpture, was developed in the 1800s by a French artist.
Adrian Bowyer proposes an incredible 3D printing process that could 3D print objects instantly in many materials, including copper and titanium.
Medical 3D printing is becoming increasingly valuable for manufacturers and clinicians to solve patient-specific problems through tailored implants to improve diagnostic decision-making.
Looking for a way to ensure you can always 3D print unusual motorcycle parts? We explain 3D scanning using CT technology that can be done in advance.