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How laser inversion enables multi-materials 3D printing

3D printing uses digital manufacturing processes to fabricate components that are light, strong, and require no special tooling to produce....

From Surgical Robots To 3D Printers, This Is How To Do Surgery In Space

With plans to put humans on Mars in the near future, a medical emergency beyond the stars could spell disaster....

3D Printed Latex Rubber Breakthrough

Virginia Tech researchers have discovered a novel process to 3D print latex rubber, unlocking the ability to print a variety...

3D Printing: Layer Upon Layer Of Customization

In 2016, additive orthopedic production was responsible for nearly half a billion in revenue opportunities for printer hardware and software,...

Benefits Of 3D Printing In Automotive Design

Success and growth depend on constant innovation to stay ahead of the competition. In fact, last May Harvard Business Review...
A Navy petty officer desolders a flex print assembly in the avionics shop of the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in the Persian Gulf.

Military applications of 3D printing on the rise

Although the technology is still in its early stages of development as something beyond its early years as a curiosity,...

Additive Manufacturing, redefining healthcare for an empowered post-COVID world

Healthcare is the most trusted industry today, owing to its frontline role in the fight against COVID-19. The World Health...
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...

Uses and prospects for 3D printing in pharmacology

Three-dimensional (3D) technology is considered one of the promising areas of medicine. The world has already seen printed anatomical prostheses,...
Martensite steel powder used for 3D printing, with an inset that shows a zoomed-in view of powder, Researchers at Texas A&M University worked with the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop a framework for 3D printing defect-free objects with this type of metal. (Image source: Raiyan Seede, Texas A&M University)

Simplifying Additive Manufacturing using Hard Steels

Martensitic steels are some of the strongest, least expensive and most lightweight forms of these types of metals. However, until...

The Role Of Occupational Therapists In 3D Printing & DIY Assistive Technology

Researchers from Belgium and The Netherlands offer the details of their recent study ‘Makers in Healthcare: The Role of Occupational...

Today’s problems will be solved in 2030 through automation and integration

[caption id="attachment_9093" align="alignleft" width="300"] Manuel Laux, Head of AM Solutions[/caption] Under the brand AM Solutions the Rösler Group offers solutions...