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A&M University uses 3D printing to develop method against product counterfeiting 

Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a method to imprint a hidden magnetic label with authentication information into hardware during the manufacturing process...

New 3D printer ink could make cultured meat more cost-effective 

Cultured meat is a promising, more environmentally friendly alternative to meat from conventional livestock farming. However, production costs are still high. Now, researchers from...

Arburg and DITF develop energy- and material-saving 3D printing process

Nature often works with fiber composites. Nature's construction principle requires little material and energy, thus ensuring the survival of animal and plant species. These...

University of Hong Kong: 3D printer for multi-level anti-counterfeit labels

Scientists from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) have developed a high-precision 3D printing process to produce new...

Purdue University: A fourth dimension for 3D printing

Researchers at Purdue University have developed a patentable method for embedding sensor particles in printing filament. This process is expected to enable functional 3D-printed...

Florida International University receives $3.2M grant from Army Corps of Engineers...

Florida International University (FIU) has received a $3.2 million research grant from the Army Corps of Engineers for 3D printing of ultra-high performance concrete...

ORNL: Naturally derived materials for 3D printing

The presence of minerals called ash in plants has little effect on the suitability of new, naturally derived composite materials for additive manufacturing, a...

Nose reconstruction thanks to 3D printing technology

Specialists from the University Hospital of Toulouse and the Claudius Regaud Institute have performed a nose reconstruction on a patient at the Cancer Institute...

University Coventry receives £5 million grant to fund digital lab

An innovative digital lab will be set up at University Coventry where students can learn skills in demand in the health and engineering industries....

With new heat treatment, 3D-printed metals can withstand extreme conditions

A technique that changes the microscopic structure of metals could enable energy-efficient 3D printing of blades for gas turbines or jet engines.  Today’s gas turbine...

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