Fortify has been busy.
Researchers at the University of Cardiff have found a way to produce a magnetic monopole-like material using 3D printing.
Researchers at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have developed a new type of adhesive that could lead to a different form of 3D printing.
Researchers have demonstrated an approach for creating 3D printed magnetic structures with high resolution.
Researchers seem to have developed a new way to effectively 3D print magnets of similar strength to conventionally made units. What might we do with such a technology?
Innovatica displayed a pair of powerful high-temperature delta 3D printers for industry that sport a number of very interesting features such as a vacuum plate system.
Could liquid 3D printed machines exist? It turns out this is possible due to ferric nanoparticle droplets as discovered by Berkeley Lab researchers.
Researchers at Boston University have developed a powerful new application of 3D printed metamaterials.
A new bed adhesion system is about to be released from startup Wham Bam.
Canadian researchers have discovered a method of producing unusual magnetic objects using 3D printing techniques.
Researchers at TU Wien in Austria have developed a method of 3D printing strong magnetic objects in arbitrary shapes using 3D printing.
Researchers at Boeing have published a patent describing a bizarre method of 3D printing that involves levitation. I am skeptical.