June 18, 2020

Rich Knowledgebase for 3D Printing Industry

3D printing a deformable sensor on a breathing lung. Credit: Zhijie Zhu, University of Minnesota

Discovery allows 3D printing of sensors directly on expanding organs

In groundbreaking new research, mechanical engineers and computer scientists at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing technique...
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea-Soldiers assigned to 4-2 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 2nd Infantry ROK/US Combined Division hold masks created by their unit's hobby-grade 3D printers. The Office of Naval Research Global TechSolutions is working with multiple partners to develop prototypes of industrial-grade, 3D-printable (also called additive manufactured) masks for use at Camp Humphreys.(U.S Army photo by KCpl. Hanmin Yun. 2ID/RUCD Public Affairs)

U.S. Navy develops 3d-printed tactical masks for U.S. Forces Korea

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a global shortage of surgical face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE), including for...

GE to develop wind turbines utilising 3D Printing.

USD 15 billion wind energy giant GE Renewable Energy, COBOD and LafargeHolcim have entered into a partnership to co-develop wind...
A lattice scaffold 3D printed directly onto soft living tissue. (Courtesy: Ohio State University)

Tissue engineering moves closer to 3D printing inside the body

Tissue engineering is an emerging field in which cells, biomaterials and biotechnologies are employed to replace or regenerate damaged or...