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Open source design platform for 3D-printed microfluidic devices

Microfluidics and 3D printing offer exciting opportunities in biology, chemistry and medicine. However, the design of 3D-printed microfluidic devices is complex and requires specialized...

ORNL: First 3D-printed defect-free components made of tungsten withstand extreme temperatures

ORNL researchers used electron beam additive manufacturing to 3D print the first complex, defect-free tungsten parts with intricate geometries. The research was conducted at...

Science Corner at the Vienna Technical Museum is dedicated to futuristic 3D printing materials

The Institute of Materials Science and Technology at the Vienna University of Technology specializes in the development of high-precision 3D printing and other materials....

University of Louisville receives 1 million dollars for the further development of AM technology

The University of Louisville and its partners have been awarded $1 million from the National Science Foundation to accelerate manufacturing innovation in Kentucky and...

Researchers publish open source software for 3D printing preparation of CT scans

Scientists have presented an open-source Python software called Normscan that generates 3D models from CT images for 3D printing and clinical use. The software,...

Mechanical robustness of 3D-printed metal honeycomb structures

Researchers at the University of Limerick in Ireland have investigated the mechanical properties of 3D-printed metal honeycomb structures under different load rates. Honeycomb lattice...

New 3D printing material made from biodiesel production waste

Researchers have found an innovative way to recycle waste products from the production of biodiesel as a 3D printing material. The so-called "Matter Organic...

Quantum dots promise better material properties in SLA 3D printing

Stereolithography (SLA) is a common 3D printing process in which photopolymerization plays a key role. However, conventional photoinitiators that trigger this process are toxic,...

US researchers have 3D-printed RAM components in zero gravity

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have taken a step toward space manufacturing of replacement electronic components by successfully 3D printing RAM devices in...

New technology improves production time for 3D-printed machine parts

Researchers at North Carolina State University have demonstrated a technique that allows users who manufacture metal machine parts using 3D printing technologies to perform...

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