3D Printing

With cyberattacks on 3-D printers likely to threaten health and safety, researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed novel methods to combat them, according to a groundbreaking study.
by Rutgers University-New Brunswick
1:42pm
8.17.2017
Researchers at BYU are the first to 3-D print a viable microfluidic device small enough to be effective at a scale much less than 100 micrometers. The accomplishment, which is a major breakthrough toward mass-producing the medical diagnostic devices...
by Brigham Young University
12:51pm
8.14.2017
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Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new design system that catalogues the physical properties of a huge number of tiny 3-D printed cube clusters. These clusters can then serve as...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
11:42am
8.7.2017
Physicists working in the nascent field of experimental vortex dynamics have, with unexpected help from a Sharpie marker, achieved the first measurements of an elusive but fundamental property of fluid flow.
by Steve Koppes, University of Chicago
11:20am
8.4.2017
Cheap, plastic toys--no manufacturer necessary. The 2020 toy and game market is projected to be $135 billion, and 3D printing brings those profits home.
by Allison Mills, Michigan Technical University
10:03am
7.21.2017
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A doctoral student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University has pioneered a countermeasure to transform the landscape of 3-D printing today.
by Texas A&M University
12:05pm
7.20.2017
In their work toward 3D printing transplantable tissues and organs, bioengineers, and scientists have demonstrated a key step on the path to generate implantable tissues with functioning capillaries.
by Jade Boyd, Rice University
10:14am
7.11.2017
Degeneration of cartilage and other joint tissues is a major cause of disability.
by Wiley
10:50am
6.27.2017
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While root canals are effective in saving a tooth that has become infected or decayed, this age-old procedure may cause teeth to become brittle and susceptible to fracture over time.
by Tracy Brawley, Oregon Health & Science University
10:43am
6.13.2017
Using the principles behind the formation of sandcastles from wet sand, researchers have achieved 3-D printing of flexible and porous silicone rubber structures through a new technique that combines water with solid and liquid forms of silicone into...
by North Carolina State University
11:33am
6.8.2017
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NIST’s Engineering Laboratory (EL) and Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) – have teamed up to build the Additive Manufacturing Metrology Testbed (AMMT), a custom-made 3D printer that they can use to better understand AM processes. Their goal is...
by NIST
11:25am
6.8.2017
Dallas-based Momentum Technologies has non-exclusively licensed Oak Ridge National Laboratory's 3D-printed magnet technology and plans to commercialize the first 3D-printed magnet made from recycled materials.
by Oak Ridge National Laboratory
10:05am
6.6.2017
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The finding could restore fertility and hormone production in women who have undergone cancer treatments and now have increased risks of infertility and hormone-based developmental issues.
by Kristin Samuelson, Northwestern University
11:19am
5.17.2017
The discovery is a major step forward in printing electronics on real human skin.
by University of Minnesota
11:09am
5.11.2017
A new advancement in 3D printing technology promises significantly quicker implantation of medical devices that are stronger, less expensive, more flexible, and more comfortable than anything currently available.
by Steve Orlando, University of Florida
9:54am
5.11.2017
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Scientists and academic collaborators have demonstrated the synthesis of transparent glass through 3D printing, a development that could ultimately lead to altering the design and structure of lasers and other devices that incorporate optics.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
10:22am
5.3.2017
Printing presents an easy, highly scalable, sustainable manufacturing method for space travelers.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
11:50am
4.13.2017
Researchers turn to the vascular system of plants to solve a major bioengineering problem blocking the regeneration of human tissues and organs.
by Worcester Polytechnic Institute
12:44pm
3.27.2017
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Bacteria has been used for a long time to create chemicals such as antibiotics, and more recently, bacteria have been found to reduce graphene oxide to graphene.
by American Chemical Society
11:41am
3.24.2017
World’s most abundant polymer could rival petroleum-based plastics as source of printing feedstock.
by David L. Chandler, MIT News Office
12:02pm
3.6.2017
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Researchers have developed a family of highly stretchable and UV curable (SUV) elastomers that can be stretched by up to 1100 percent, and are suitable for UV curing based 3D printing techniques.
by Singapore University of Technology and Design
11:22am
2.9.2017
Made from hydrogel, robots may one day assist in surgical operations and evade underwater detection.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
10:25am
2.3.2017
Researchers suggest developments in 3D printing techniques could open the door to the advancement of membrane capabilities. This work marks is the first time the properties of different 3D printing techniques available to membrane fabrication have...
by University of Bath
10:52am
1.12.2017
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