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University of Virginia researchers detect defects in 3D printing in real...

A research team led by Tao Sun, associate professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Virginia, has made new discoveries that...

DMG MORI and Illinois Tech join forces to establish National Center...

DMG MORI and the Illinois Institute of Technology announced plans to establish a national centre for advanced manufacturing. It will be one of the...

University of Pittsburgh receives metal 3D-printer from Gefertec

Tucked away in the sub-basement of Pitt’s Benedum Hall, past the racecar parts spilling into hallways, you’ll find a giant machine that looks like...

Student team uses micro-metal 3D printing for microgravity experiment

Students use micro 3D printing technology for experiments related to the International Space Station. When a team of students, led by Rohan Sachdeva (12th grade...

Scientists create more complex salt scaffolds than ever before

Not that long ago, materials researchers scored a coup: they used a 3D printer to create a framework out of salt, which they then...

Max Planck Institute: 3D printing with ultrasound

Scientists from the Micro, Nano and Molecular Systems Lab at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research and the Institute for Molecular Systems Engineering...

MIT Team 3D Prints Robot That Walks Straight Out Of The...

The researchers at the MIT always impress the world with their new achievements with all sorts of manufacturing techniques. Often the researchers take advantage...

Sculpteo State of 3D Printing Survey 2022

With more than 1900 respondents, Sculpteo’s State of 3D Printing has been a great success in 2021. For its 8th edition this year, Sculpteo...

Researchers Develop New Material for 3D Printed Bone Replacement

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have developed a new material for 3D printable bone scaffolds that allow natural bone regrowth when...

MIT researchers develop programmable materials that can sense their own movements

MIT researchers have developed a method for 3D printing materials with tunable mechanical properties, that sense how they are moving and interacting with the...

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