3D Printing Processes

  • University of Colorado researchers edge closer to 3D printing models of life-like organs with which medical professionals can engage.

    A team of researchers at the University of Colorado has developed a new strategy for transforming medical images, such as CT or MRI scans, into incredibly detailed digital 3D models. The advance marks an important step toward printing life-like representations of human anatomy that medical professionals can engage with, physically.…

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  • After launching the largest robotic LFAM system in Dubai last week, Dutch company CEAD is looking to strengthen its presence in the Middle East by signing Immensa as its distributor for the region. Immensa and CEAD will partner on several fronts. With offices in Dubai, Kuwait, Amman (Jordan), Dammam (Saudi…

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  • Nano Dimension delivers its first Admaflex130 Evolution to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in Germany.

    Nano Dimension, a leading supplier of additively manufactured electronics (AME) and multi-dimensional polymer, metal, and ceramic 3D printers, has delivered the company’s Admaflex130 Evolution – the first of its next-generation high-precision ceramics and metal fabrication systems – to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in Germany, one of the leading…

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  • SCRAM is the keyword in Northrop Grumman’s quest toward hypersonic superiority. As nations around the world race for hypersonic supremacy, for hypersonic missiles (in what is still a relatively mild arms race) as well as for any future hypersonic vehicle, Northrop Grumman is perfecting SCRAM C/C, Northrop Grumman is looking…

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  • Materials in nature are rarely straight. In fact, helical structures are ubiquitous in nature and impart unique mechanical properties and multi-functionality. In our bodies, proteins assemble into helical filaments which allow our muscles to contract. Plants change shape because cellulose fibers are arranged helically within their cell walls. Researchers from…

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  • ISS Research Lab Program at the Valley Christian High School triggers 3D printing experiments on capillary action in microgravity.

    Since the year 2000, astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) have used the special conditions of space, such as the presence of permanent microgravity, for experiments that provide revolutionary results. One of the experiments that is expected to be started on the ISS in 2023 is connected to capillary…

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  • Robb Hudson appointed as CEO and President of MELD PrintWorks Corporation - MELD Manufacturing Corporation's new AM spin-out.

    As some metal 3D printing service providers struggle to offer consistently price-competitive value-added services, other companies are moving to fill the space. Among these, hardware manufacturers are ideally poised to provide AM services as they don’t have an urgent need to ensure returns on the initial CapEx (buy producing the…

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  • Skoltech researchers 3D print bronze-steel alloy that has the potential to be used for combustion chambers for aircraft and rocket engines.

    According to an article published by Skoltech, in Russia, researchers at the university have used a 3D printer to fabricate samples of bronze-steel alloys – previously unknown to materials science – and investigated the alloys’ mechanical characteristics. Blending the distinct properties of bronze and steel, the novel alloys could be…

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  • LACE by Jenny Wu teams up with 3DEO to created 3D printed chain-link bracelet using 3DEO’s proprietary Intelligent Layering technology.

    LACE by Jenny Wu is teaming up with the additive manufacturing company, 3DEO, to release ‘Link’ – a new 3D printed chain-link bracelet that combines LACE’s innovative jewelry design with 3DEO’s proprietary Intelligent Layering technology. The design of Link completely reinvents traditional chain link manufacturing techniques – as each link…

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  • Texas A&M University researchers use AM to embed hidden information, in an attempt to combat the counterfeit goods industry.

    Texas A&M University researchers have developed a method of imprinting a hidden magnetic tag, encoded with authentication information, within manufactured hardware during the part fabrication process – a potential solution to the manufacturing and defense industries’ high-priority concern over counterfeited good and components. The process holds the potential to expose…

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