Researchers from the Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi have just filed a patent for their remarkable 'architectured foam' structure 3D printing platform, which can create extremely lightweight and high-strength metal and plastic structures for...
A team of scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany have created the world's smallest man-made lattice structure with the help of 3D printing technologies. The structure, which possesses single struts shorter than 1 µm and diameters as tiny as 200 nm, marks a significant step forwards in the field of metamaterials.
Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the area of 3D Printed Electronics (NASDAQ, TASE: NNDM), announced on June 2, 2016 that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies, has filed a patent application with the U.S.
K2M, a global medical device company, today received 510(k) clearances from the FDA for two of its 3D printed spinal solutions: CASCADIA Cervical and CASCADIA AN Lordotic Oblique. Both make use of K2M's Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology, which allows for 'bony integration' throughout the implant.
Hexcel Corporation (NYSE:HXL) announced today that it has made a strategic investment in Oxford Performance Materials (OPM). OPM produces thermoplastic, carbon fiber reinforced 3D printed parts for Commercial Aerospace and Space and Defense applications.
The investment creates a partnership between Hexcel – a global leader in advanced composites and
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and Purdue University have used the mantis shrimp as inspiration for a new 3D printed material. The crustacean's club-like appendage, used to beat prey, consists of an unusual herringbone pattern, which the researchers synthetically replicated.
Researchers at Nottingham University in Great Britain have been awarded a £3.5m grant by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to establish a series of 3D printing materials libraries.
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.
As 3D printing technology and the corresponding materials continue to improve and expand on an industrial level, creating functional use-end production parts has become a more viable option for a number of applications.
The IDC's latest report details the growth and expected growth of U.S. 3D printer shipments. According to the report, 3D printer shipments within the United States are expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% from now until 2020.
Stamford, Connecticut-based materials company Hexcel has recently announced that it has made a significant and strategic investment into Oxford Performance Materials (OPM). The investment marks a new partnership between Hexcel and OPM, a leader in advanced materials and additive manufacturing.
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.
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