A new research tool could unlock access to many new materials, some of which will be suitable for 3D printing.
This week’s selection is “Introduction to Polymers” by Robert J. Young and Peter A. Lovell.
Evolve Additive Solutions has teamed up with Evonik for a joint material development agreement.
“It’s kind of basic,” says AddiFab Inc. CEO Carsten Jarfelt, “we combine the freedom of 3D printing with the known, credible, repeatable benefits of injection molding.”
The dream of self-healing materials is slowly becoming a reality.
Evonik recently announced its acquisition of 3D printing materials startup Structured Polymers.
An interesting thought: is the term “SLS” wrong?
Global advanced materials and specialty chemicals company Solvay is increasing its focus on 3D printing with new introductions and much more in the works.
Stratasys had a lot to show at formnext 2018 as company execs answered a lot of questions — and raised even more.
I have seen the future of polymer 3D printing, and it is called TwoCure.
I’m reading a fascinating paper describing how one could make new polymers on the fly.