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Fracture behavior of samples from the metal printing system

With a powerful powder bed printer, alloys made from aluminum, steel, or titanium powder can be fused at the University of Siegen. Scientists have...

Laser-based 3D printing: tool for the further development of optical microscopy

Optical microscopy is a widely used method for examining objects, organisms and surfaces on a small scale. However, its lateral resolution is limited by...

First metal 3D printing on the International Space Station ISS

A small S-curve deposited in liquefied stainless steel represents a major step forward for in-orbit manufacturing: this is the very first 3D metal printing...

Researchers make progress in the field of 4D printing of ceramics

4D printing is an innovative manufacturing technology that has evolved from 3D printing and integrates smart materials and mechanical design into the printing process....

Seoul National University: New method for multi-material FDM 3D printing

Researchers at Seoul National University have developed a new two-step process for FDM 3D printing. This makes it possible to produce components with specifically...

Unique items for space travel using 3D printing

NebulaForm has been accepted into the space incubator of the European Space Agency (ESA). The startup, which emerged from the research group of Prof....

3D-printed conductive polymer hydrogels enable implantable bioelectronics

Implantable bioelectronics can treat various medical conditions by interfacing with biological tissue. Conventional rigid electronics often damage tissue and fail due to mechanical differences....

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....

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