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  • Photo of MIT 3D prints soft and conductive neural implants

    A team of MIT engineers that is developing flexible neural implants has found a way to 3D print neural probes and electronic devices that are rubbery and soft in quality. The innovative devices, made from an electrically conductive polymer, could offer a safer alternative to conventional brain implants and metal-based…

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  • Photo of AM 4 Industry publishes manual for simulating 3D printed cooling channels

    The Austria-based AM 4 Industry research network has published a comprehensive manual for tooling engineers to simulate additively manufactured cooling channels using OpenFoam, an open-source software platform. The guide was compiled by researchers from the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. AM 4 Industry is a €2.1 million CORNET project that…

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  • Photo of New £65M NMIS advanced manufacturing center gets green light

    Planning permission has been granted for the development of the state-of-the-art NMIS (National Manufacturing Institute Scotland) facility. Situated on Netherton Campus at the center of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) in Renfrewshire, the new facility is set to transform manufacturing in Scotland focusing on lightweight manufacturing and on…

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  • Photo of MIT CSAIL uses 3D printed CurveBoards for integrating electronics onto physical prototypes

    MIT researchers have invented a way to integrate “breadboards” — flat platforms widely used for electronics prototyping — directly onto physical products. The aim of these 3D printed CurveBoards is to provide a faster, easier way to test circuit functions and user interactions with products such as smart devices and…

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  • Photo of Mississippi State University CAVS integrates Sigma Labs PrintRite3D software

    Sigma Labs, Inc., an expert in quality assurance software for additive manufacturing, announced it has been awarded a contract by Mississippi State University’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS). The center, a leading interdisciplinary research hub focused on driving innovation in U.S. mobility industries, will integrate Sigma’s PrintRite3D software with…

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  • Photo of Austrian research network concludes €2.1M ‘AM 4 Industry’ project

    Austria-based Ecoplus Plastics and Mechatronics Cluster have announced the completion of AM 4 Industry, a Collective Research Network (CORNET) project that demonstrates successful applications of additive manufacturing in industrial production. The findings from the project were recently published by the partners. Though we tend to focus on how manufacturers are…

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  • Photo of Aerospace Valley, Tecnalia to support 4 new EIT Manufacturing projects

    Aerospace Valley, Tecnalia, Volkswagen and a number of European academic institutions are launching 4 innovative projects in the frame of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) In order to strengthen Europe’s ability to innovate, the European Union launched a unique initiative in 2008 by creating the European Institute…

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  • Photo of TNO reorganizes AMSYSTEMS Center to focus on key verticals

    After runnings its AMSYSTEMS Center for about four years, the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and Technological University Eindhoven (TU/e) High Tech Systems Center have announced they are reorganizing the center’s additive manufacturing activities to better match future areas of focus and market opportunities. The AMSYSTEMS Center opened…

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  • Photo of Penn State installs Roboze 3D printer for materials research

    Pennsylvania State University recently acquired a new 3D printing system from Italo-American AM company Roboze. The 3D printer, a ROBOZE One+400 Xtreme, will be used at the university’s Department of Chemical Engineering, one of the U.S.’ most influential chemical engineering departments. Penn State is an undeniable force on the academic…

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  • Photo of Researchers developing sustainable 3D printed super magnets

    An additive manufacturing breakthrough coming out of TU Graz in Austria could make it easier to manufacture permanent magnets for small electronic components. A TU Graz team—working in collaboration with the University of Vienna, the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Joanneum Research—has successfully manufactured super magnets using a laser-based 3D…

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