We were able to see one of Orion AM’s Thermal Radiation Fusion 3D printers in action.
Researchers have uncovered the cause of a major problem with 3D printing conductive materials.
Researchers have developed an unusual “morphing nozzle” that can orient fibers during 3D printing.
Researchers in the US military have developed a set of tests to determine the strength of 3D printed parts that could aid in future metal 3D printing quality control.
Researchers, including some from 3D printer manufacturer Essentium, have developed a unique method of achieving isotropic 3D printing by using an electric plasma.
I spoke with AREVO’s Tuan Tranpham to find out the secrets of AREVO’s advanced manufacturing service.
Researchers have found a way to significantly increase the strength and isotropy of 3D printed metal parts by using ultrasound.