Researchers have developed an unusual 3D printable gel that is not only metallic, but has 4D properties, too.
We had a close look at Massivit’s latest 3D print technology: CIM, or “Cast in Motion”.
Phrozen announced a unique product for resin 3D printing: light curing putty.
Massivit announced the official launch of a their biggest machine: the huge Massivit 10000 3D printer.
Researchers at Empa, a Swiss research institute, have developed a 3D printable battery concept that is entirely biodegradable.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently invented a method to 3D print gels and soft materials.
Cellulose fibres and biodegradable nanoparticles were combined by researchers at ETH Zurich to produce a gel that could pave the path for personalized biomaterial implants.
MIT’s new robotic 3D scanning system uses a unique gel touch sensor to capture extreme surface detail. The robot’s scan results are fantastic!
Researchers at the University of Florida have created a gel medium specifically for 3D printing medical implants.