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Is 3D printing a green technology – and when?

3D printing has great potential to help the green transition on its way, but it is important to distinguish facts from fiction and focus...

Scrona AG Raises $9.6M in Series A for Ultra-High Resolution 3D...

Scrona AG, the additive manufacturing startup and world record holder of the smallest ever printed color picture, today announced the closing of its $9.6...

Rapid Alloy Development for LPBF Using EHLA: First Investigation Results Indicate...

Researchers from the RWTH Aachen Chair for Digital Additive Production DAP have investigated the feasibility of using Extreme High-Speed Laser Material Deposition Process...

Electroninks Finalizes Enhanced Particle-Free Silver Ink Product for Aerosol Jet Printing

Electroninks, the leader in particle-free metal inks and advanced conductive materials, announced the confirmation of an enhanced particle-free silver ink product with aerosol...

Trestle Biotherapeutics Licenses Innovations from Harvard University to Develop 3D Biofabricated...

Trestle Biotherapeutics, a private company based in San Diego, today announced that it has entered into a license agreement with Harvard University. Under...

Where Technology Meets Architecture: Ultimaker 3D Printers Pave The Way for...

Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, announces its engagement with the University of Tokyo with its utilization of digital fabrication...

Discovery allows 3D printing directly on expanding organs

In groundbreaking new research, mechanical engineers and computer scientists at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing technique that uses motion capture...

3D printing and user-centred design help to develop an assistive device...

Brazilian researchers explored the capabilities of 3d printing and user-centred design to improve the development of medical assistive devices. The user-centred design describes an user-based...

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency researched volatile organic compounds emissions of carbon...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently researched the volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions of ABS filament that contained carbon nanofibre reinforcement. VOC emissions arise...

Researchers from Denmark improved DLP Printing with Microstructure Control

Researchers from the Technical University of Denmark improved DLP 3D printing by fabricating microfeatures and patterns by controlling subvoxel growth. The one-step process uses...

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