Charles R. Goulding and Matt Selman consider the benefits of using 3D print technology to produce watertight cases for underwater devices.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing for manufacturing submersibles.
A new research project has made extensive use of 3D printing — underwater. Most 3D printed parts are used in mechanical settings, and they must be made from materials that withstand the environmental conditions expected during deployment. Sometimes those conditions are quite easy to match, such as for tabletop or decorative use. Other times mechanical… Continue reading A Different Environment: 3D Printing Underwater Parts
German innovation company Teu2tec is developing a 3D printer capable of operating underwater.