An industry alliance consisting of Taiwan's NARLabs, ThinTech Materials Technology, the TongTai Group, and the United Orthopedic Corporation has been formed in order to advance the development of new medical 3D printing materials, specifically a...
3D Systems is today unveiling a new strategy, new solutions, new partnerships, and an updated management team in order to help its additive manufacturing customers transition from prototyping to production. The strategy will be detailed by President and CEO Vyomesh Joshi at IMTS 2016.
Scientists from the Tomsk State University in Russia have developed a new method for 3D printing ceramics which could open the doors for the material's usage in the electronics, energy, chemical, and even defense industries.
Indmatec, a 3D printer and 3D printing filament manufacturer from Karlsruhe, Germany, has outlined ways in which PEEK (Polyetheretherketone), a poylmer 3D printing filament, could be used to improve car production.
A team of researchers has developed a new method for 3D printing complex structures on the tips of optical fibers. The new method has not only proven to be one of the most precise and accurate methods for imprinting complex 3D structures on optical fibers, but it is also much cheaper than traditional methods.
Figuring out how to avoid the complications caused by 3D printed facial implants has become a crucial problem with 3D printing technology. The good news is that Professor Yoon Won-soo from Korea Polytechnic University seems to have found a solution.
CRP Technology, an additive manufacturing company based in Modena, Italy, has released Windform FX Black, its latest SLS 3D printing material. The material is a polyamide-based composite with a dark black color and strong mechanical properties.
Israeli PCB 3D printing pioneer Nano Dimension has just successfully 3D printed conductive patterns made from silver nanoparticles onto specially treated fabric, paving the way for 3D printed wearables and smart clothing.
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