HP expands their unusual packaging solution with a new client.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at a unique material for 3D printed construction.
Fortify has been busy.
HP announced a strategic acquisition that effectively puts them in the bottle-making business.
Researchers have developed an unusual method of producing a battery, one that could be integrated into 3D printers.
HP has developed a new and innovative Molded Fiber Advanced Tooling Solution with the intention of delivering lighter, faster, more durable, user-friendly, cost-efficient, customizable, and environmentally friendly packaging.
Researchers have developed an unusual “morphing nozzle” that can orient fibers during 3D printing.
In the last few months, Desktop Metal has introduced its Shop System and Fiber setup; we caught up to discuss progress and updates.
Fortify has introduced its Continuous Kinetic Mixing (CKM) system for enhanced photopolymer functionality.
Novameat has designed a specialized 3D printer to replicate the fibrous texture of meat, and this could lead to an explosion of plant-based alternative 3D printed meats.
Charles Goulding & Greer Veon of R&D Tax Savers look at the use of natural fibers in 3D print materials.
Desktop Metal announced a continuous carbon fiber 3D printer, the Fiber, which uses a version of the industrial AFP (automated fiber placement) process to produce very strong parts.
Researchers have developed an approach that could lead to true wood 3D printing material.
A startup is using magnetic fields to 3D print extremely strong objects.
A paper from the University of Surrey details a new materials concept, but perhaps this could be done with advanced 3D printers.
I’m reading a paper describing a new way to 3D print with molecularly oriented liquid- crystal polymers.
Italy-based Moi offers a unique style of 3D printing.
We’re looking at the technology of Continuous Composites today.
Proto-Pasta has introduced a curious new line of PLA-based 3D printer filament: Matte Fiber HTPLA.
Researchers at the University of Bristol’s Faculty of Engineering have developed a new technique for strengthening 3D printed resin.