Given that we are so particular about the things that we wear on our bodies, it makes sense that wearables is such a growing category in the 3D printing industry. What are wearables? Anything you wear on your body: clothing, jewelry, accessories -- including eyewear.
Researchers from the Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien) have just revealed an interesting new 3D printing platform that can 3D print high-viscosity polymers with excellent material properties, and that combines the efficiency of DLP 3D...
A group of designers from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts are exploring the relationship between the body and the digital through their stunning 3D printed ceramics project, 'Sensitive Ceramics'.
A team of researchers based at the University of Stuttgart in Germany have recently published a study that demonstrates their capability to 3D print micron-scale optics with more precision and reproducibility than ever before.
A recent Gartner report on 3D printing and supply chains has revealed that 65% of supply chain professionals are using or will invest in 3D printing within the next two years, and that 29% said the 'primary value' of 3D printing is in transforming...
Google.org has announced the official winners of the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities. Amongst the 29 global nonprofits are several organizations using the power of 3D printing to create meaningful change in people's lives.
Footwear giant New Balance today announced the launch of its 3D printed Zante Generate running shoe. 44 pairs will be made available on Friday, April 15, both online and at the New Balance store in Boston, to commemorate the 44th anniversary of chairman Jim Davis' acquisition of the company.
A 5-day-old baby boy was rushed to the St. Petersburg State Paediatric University Hospital in Russia with a life-threatening congenital heart defect known as Taussig-Bing malformation. A 3D printed heart model helped the doctors and baby's parents confidently move forward through two successful surgeries.
A team of researchers from the College of William and Mary, led by professor Laurie Sanderson, has developed a new clog-resistant filtration system that has been inspired by 3D printed models of fish mouths and can control particles without stopping flow.
Heating elements have traditionally been large or difficult to sustain a focus when dealing in the nano-scale. Researchers from the University of Maryland have developed a way to generate up to 3000K worth of stable heat on the micron level using 3D printing.
Last year, the French online 3D printing service provider Sculpteo utilized their wide-ranging consumer-base and renowned industry reputation to compile an in-depth report called “The State of 3D Printing,” which details both 3D printing technology...
Researchers from the Cybernetics Department of the Military University of Technology in Warsaw and the Optoelectronics Department of the Silesian University of Technology have been using 3D printed heart models for research purposes. Each heart model was made with a Zortrax M200 3D printer.
Tweet Share 0 Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn 0 Email While everyone was celebrating New Year’s Eve, on the 1st of January 2016 a team of researchers at HRL Laboratories had other reasons to be joyful. They were just finalizing their process to 3D Print Ceramic. For more than 60 years, HRL’s scientists and engineers have been …
Future Market Insights (FMI) delivers key insights on the Middle East 3D printing materials market in its upcoming outlook titled, “3D Printing Materials Market: Middle East Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2015 – 2025”.
EDAG Engineering, Laser Zentrum Nord, Concept Laser, and the BLM Group have created the 3D printed, bionically optimized NextGen spaceframe, a lightweight and flexible car body produced using a combination of additive manufacturing, laser welding,...
In an innovative step towards the optimization of soccer sports equipment, Austrian startup Zweikampf is introducing a new type of highly protective but physically inconspicuous 3D printed shin guards, which could potentially change the game.
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