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Scientists 3D Print Smallest Ever Lattice Structures of Unprecedented Strength

A group of scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have created the smallest ever lattice structure up to date. The so called...

XJET Wants To Make Moulding Casts A Thing of the Past

This year XJET wants to change how we think of producing metal parts. Usually these parts are moulded in casts and to produce these...

Researchers at Purdue University Developed Algorithms to Safe 3D Printing Time...

Researchers at the Purdue University in Indiana have developed new software algorithms to significantly reduce 3D printing time and material. The FFF 3D printing method...

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...

Tohoku University researchers find new approach that could lead to cheaper...

New, easily fabricated, high performance carbon microlattice electrodes could soon be used to make cheaper batteries powered by readily available sodium ions. The approach...

Watch The Swarm Of Partly 3D Printed Robot Boats

A swarm of robots could be used in search and rescue situations, surveillance and reconnaissance and environmental monitoring. The Biomachines Lab, an associated research lab...

3D Printed Eyes Might be a Reality by 2027

The Italian studio for generative design, MHOX, has unveiled their latest research concept, following will.i.am's call for ethical stance on 3D printing human bodies. Their...

Focused Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID) uses a supersonic gas jet...

The Georgia Institute of Technology introduced the Focused Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID) process which speeds-up the printing of 3D nanostructures. The FEBID system uses...

3&DBot – 3D Printing Robot

A group of industrial designers of LIFE and NEXT, academic research laboratories of PUC-Rio in Brasil, developed a 3D printing robot with wireless controller...

Penn State University Researchers Found Way to Make 3D Printing 1000...

Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University's College of Engineering have made a major advance in high-speed beam-scanning technology that can increase the speed of...

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