This week’s question relates to the ability of 3D printing to combine various types of materials.
New research has developed an incredibly powerful X-ray system that could directly show microstructures in 3D prints as they are made.
Today I’m looking at KINGS 3D, the largest manufacturer of SLA 3D printers in China.
Researchers have found a way to print liquid crystals with iridescence and polarization patterns.
I spoke with Sakuú’s VP of Marketing and Business development, David Pederson, to find out more about this mysterious 3D print startup.
This week, Stratasys doubled down on its additive manufacturing strategy for production.
Top performing additive manufacturing staff are hard to find, and EOS is set to change that.
Using a chain reaction, this new polymerization process could save millions in curing costs.
Researchers have developed new polymers that can automatically disinfect themselves, including for SARS-CoV-2.
SynDaver announced a new 3D printer, the Axi 2.
Recent 3D printing acquisition announcements have something significant in common: production focus.
In an incredible experiment, researchers were able to simulate the molecular behavior of 3D printing resins.
A new chart published by AMPOWER shows a comprehensive view of the polymer 3D printing landscape.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a method of using holography in 3D printing.
I’m reading the lengthy PhD thesis from Ivanna Baturynska, who has extensively investigated the possibility of using advanced AI techniques to optimize 3D print jobs.
Rachel is a polymer scientist with five years of work experience formulating resins for stereolithographic 3D printing.
EOS North America has released its newest industrial 3D printer: the INTEGRA P 450.
EOS and Merck Group’s partnership to develop 3D printed medicinal tablets may actually be a lot more interesting than initially thought.
Researchers have discovered a new plastic material, PDK, which seems to have unusually strong recycling properties.
What is a light-stabilized material? Could it be used in 3D printing? If so, what could you make?
Doing traditional manufacturing? You may want to consider integrating additive manufacturing or 3D printing into your polymer production line.
Katie Hardiman is an Additive Manufacturing Applications Engineer at the Irish Manufacturing Research, which provides information and support to manufacturing SMEs.
A comprehensive interactive chart of 3D printing technologies has been published.
This week’s selection is “Printing Polymers: An Introduction to Polymer Science for 3D Printers, Students and STEM Educators” by Curtis Barr and Daniel Vennerberg.
Some very interesting research shows how shape-memory polymers could be used in functional 3D printing designs.
Deep in the forests of British Columbia is a startup company making 3D print materials from wood.
A new polymer development might eventually lead to the ability to 3D print many new functional devices.
I’m always thrilled to see new 3D printing processes, and Nanogrande definitely has one.
I have seen the future of polymer 3D printing, and it is called TwoCure.
Farsoon has released a new polymer 3D printer, the HT1001P CAMS system.
I’m reading a paper describing a new way to 3D print with molecularly oriented liquid- crystal polymers.