A new PVB-based 3D print adhesive solution has been released by CGMaxed.
Researchers from the University of Calgary have developed a “liquid in liquid” 3D printing material.
A startup seems to have developed a way to 3D print liquid aluminum.
Scientists have developed a method of using 3D printing to deliver powerful mosquito repellent.
An entirely new 3D print application area has been developed: exposed fluids.
Mantle explained in some detail why the company chose paste as their 3D print material, and there’s much to be learned.
New research has developed a method of including microscopic capsules of liquid within 3D prints.
Researchers have developed an unusual metal 3D printing process that requires no post processing, electrostatic hydrodynamic redox.
Lynxter’s S600D industrial 3D printer just got a lot better with a new liquid extrusion system. We found out which materials it can print.
A new revolutionary metal 3D printing process has been developed by a startup that could drop the price of metal 3D printing significantly. We found out how it works.
Is 3D printer resin safe? Is it safe when ventilated? The answer is most definitely no, and it’s not because of resin fumes.
Need easy-to-use support structures? Researchers have discovered a way to automatically liquify a printable material after 3D printing using green light.
3D printed microbots are now possible due to the invention of a method to power two photon polymerized prints using external vibrations.
Could liquid 3D printed machines exist? It turns out this is possible due to ferric nanoparticle droplets as discovered by Berkeley Lab researchers.
Research is underway to identify ways to 3D print fully functional objects.
Steelcase partnered with MIT to develop a radical new method of 3D printing.
I’m looking at a curious 3D printing system called “Print A Drink” and wondering where this approach could go.
You’ll need some plastic filament for your extruder, correct? Not so if you happen to use an extruder from Maizena. It prints liquid!