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3D-printing to enable the reuse of marine plastic waste

Over the years, our oceans have witnessed an enormous accumulation of marine plastic waste resulting from ocean-related economic activities. As plastic pollution adversely affects...

Fraunhofer IGD scientists find new 3D-printing process that prevents stair-step artifacts

Scientists at Fraunhofer IGD have devised a purely geometric and algorithmic method for the elimination of stair-step artifacts in multi-material 3D printing. To avoid...

Research: Powder kit for more flexibility and material diversity in 3D...

Powder-based laser beam melting (LPPF) is probably the best-known AM process and has great potential for industrial applications. But how can the limited range...

Researchers 4D-print color-changing beetle

3D printing has become mainstream. For a few hundred euros, you can buy a 3D printer online. But what about 4D printing? How do...

Research: 3D-printing Nickel Single Crystals using laser additive manufacturing

National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and Osaka University Graduate School of Engineering have succeeded in fabricating a nickel single crystal with only a...

Research project MultiSchIBZ: High-performance heat exchangers for fuel cell applications

After more than three years, the research project MultiSchIBZ under the lead of OWI Science for Fuels GmbH was successfully completed. The aim of...

Nano3Dprint A2200 named “platform for all 3D-printed electronics of the future”...

According to a team of U.S. government researchers, Nano3Dprint's A2200 is "a platform for all 3D-printed electronics of the future." This 2020 research states...

Laser-manufactured 3D microstructures for complex photonic components

Two institutes from the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and one from the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft launched the joint project “LAR3S” on March 1, 2022. In this project, they are...

MSU researchers aim to advance biofilm research using 3D printing technology

Combatting life-threatening bacterial infections, reducing slime that clogs pipes, preventing plaque buildup on teeth — all could one day benefit from a new technology...

Khalifa University researchers develop 3D-printed glasses to correct color-blindness

A team of researchers from Khalifa University has developed a new wearable that could help people with color-blindness. While using dyes to develop lenses...

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