Dutch researchers have developed 3D printed metamaterial cubes that can be programmed to deform in certain patterns when exposed to pressure, paving the way for customizable prostheses that can bend in certain directions.
The Emirate of Dubai has unveiled the Dubai Future Accelerators, a huge innovation program that will support and develop numerous high-tech solutions for seven key sectors in society and will heavily involve 3D printing.
Disney researchers are paving the way for 3D printed toys with a new computer model that predicts how people perceive the softness of various 3D printed objects, even when made with different materials and 3D printed objects.
Indmatec's German pioneers of the industrial-strength PEEK filament revealed a prototype of a new Indmatec PEEK 3D printer at Additive Manufacturing Europe in Amsterdam, which should make the 3D printing of PEEK easier than ever before.
Experiments on 3D printed micron lattices by a team from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory revealed that 3D printing actually gives the structures unique mechanical properties that can be manipulated to optimize materials for their applications.
For 3D printing to really take off across the board, some of the more out-there advancements in the technology need to gain commercial traction. The sale of two massive 1063 concrete 3D printers by Swiss company Imprimere AG is a great start.
Mesh Mould, a project launched by Gramazio Kohler Research and scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, has entered its second phase which consists of the development of 3D printed complex mesh structures made out of metal.
Researchers from Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia, have developed a new supercapacitor made from 3D printed graphene, which can hold a larger charge of energy, is recharged in a matter of seconds and will last a lifetime.
The paradigm-shifting all-in one Micro Forging & Casting Sync Composite Device 3D printer is being used to produce critical parts for China's fifth generation fighter jets, including the stealthy Chengdu J-20 and the Shenyang J-31.
Researchers from Virginia Tech have just unveiled a way to successfully scale up nanostructure materials with a 3D printer, without sacrificing any of their lightweight, high-strength and elastic properties.
Impossible Objects has added PEEK (polyetheretherketone) to its catalogue of composite 3D printing materials, enabling customers to create geometrically complex, strong, and lightweight 3D printed components using the company's composite-based...
The Spanish startup Xkelet has just won a Red Dot award for the Xkelet orthosis, a lightweight custom-fitting alternative for plaster casts that is based on iPad 3D scans and 3D printed using SLS technology for an comfortable and hygienic fit.
German polymer specialists Covestro have just revealed that they have opened a new 3D printing lab in Leverkusen with an eye on the development of a wide and diverse range of 3D printable materials for all conventional 3D printing techniques.
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