Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed a microscopic printer that is made of DNA molecules.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D scanning that can resolve structures as small as 7nm, or 0.000007mm.
Researchers have developed a technique to fabricate tiny 3D objects using an unusual molecular force.
Nanoscribe announced a new feature for their ultra high resolution 3D printer that could put them in competition with SLA 3D printers.
There are few nano-scale 3D printer options, but one comes from UpNano.
Exaddon produces a unique 3D printer that can produce micro-sized metal objects.
Researchers have devised a system using a 1.6nm nozzle to 3D print incredibly tiny objects.
Nanoscribe announced a new variation of their Quantum X 3D printer, the Quantum X bio.
A curious scientific discovery could lead to a 3D printed space vehicle using warp drive, according to a recent announcement.
Researchers at Rice University have developed a unique approach for 3D printing extremely small and complex structures in glass.
Nanoscribe announced the Quantum X, a new micro fabrication 3D printer.
An entirely new 3D print application area has been developed: exposed fluids.
Researchers at the University of Cardiff have found a way to produce a magnetic monopole-like material using 3D printing.
Researchers have developed a method for 3D printing microstructures using X-rays.
3D printing is in the record books — specifically the Guinness Book of World Records — for some unusual creations.
Nanofabrica has demonstrated an intriguing economy of scale when producing 3D printed injection molds.
Researchers have developed a new method of cutting tiny 2D materials, but could this be the foundation of a new type of 3D printer?
Exaddon has developed a unique metal 3D printer that is capable of 3D printing microscopic metal objects in metals like gold, silver and platinum. We found out some details of how it works.
Researchers have sped up microscale 3D printing by 100-1000X through a method that parallelizes two-photon lithography.
A speculative video discusses some of the issues 3D printing may face in the distant future.
A research team has developed an unusual method for 3D printing small scaffold-like structures.
I’m always thrilled to see new 3D printing processes, and Nanogrande definitely has one.
I’m learning a lot more about how light and color actually work after reading a research paper on an experimental method for 3D printing colors.
Graphene is one of those wonder materials you hear about, but somehow can never be properly 3D printed.
Metals. Humans have been developing innovative ways to use these electric-conducive, often shiny, malleable materials for centuries.
Nanoscribe’s customers are leveraging the company’s powerful 3D printer to duplicate features found previously only in nature.