Cheaper mass-production techniques and a nearly diamond-hard surface could lead to sapphire glass replacing reinforced glass as the face of many of today's smart phones. Already used in bulletproof glass, watch faces ...
Gizmodo UK Engineering 3D-Printed Stem Cells Gizmodo UK While much has been said on the topic of 3D printing within the context of the maker movement, it is in the medical world where arguably the most important advances are being made.
Dr. Christopher Williams, Assistant Professor and Director of the DREAMS (Design, Research and Education for Additive Manufacturing Systems) Lab, will discuss how additive manufacturing is being used at Virginia Tech in a webinar titled The Future...
Collcap Packing in the UK is using revolutionary 3D printing technology to prototype cosmetics packaging for their many international perfumery and cosmetics suppliers. Using the Stratasys Objet30 Pro 3D printer, Collcap's ...
Not even a year after it claimed the title of the world’s lightest material, aerographite has been knocked off its crown by a new aerogel made from graphene. Created by a research team from China’s Zhejiang University in the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering lab headed by Professor Gao Chao, the ultra-light aerogel has a density lower than that of helium and just twice that of hydrogen. Although first created in 1931 by American scientist and chemical engineer, Samuel Stephens Kistler, aerogels have recently become a hotly contested area of scientific research. A “multiwalled carbon nanotube (MCNT) aerogel” dubbed “frozen smoke” with a density of 4 mg/cm3 lost its world’s lightest material title in 2011 to a micro-lattice material with a density of 0.9 mg/cm3. Less than a year later, aerographite claimed the crown with its density of 0.18 mg/cm3. Now a new title-holder has been crowned, with the graphene aerogel created by Gao and his team boasting a density of just 0.16 mg/cm3.
These days, 3D printers are laying down plastics, metals, resins, and other materials in whatever configurations creative people can dream up. But when the next 3D printing revolution comes, you'll be able to eat it.
The crushing equipment is using world-class technology and manufacturing processes, using of high-quality steel castings, as well as the overall No Linking Allowed! structure to reflect its incomparable superiority both in ...
3D Printing: Will It Go Mainstream? Techvibes (blog) 3D Printing continues to make major technology headlines with examples of seemingly anything being printed using this technology, from jewelry and dresses to guns and drugs.
Additive manufacturing proliferated years ago because of its usefulness in building prototypes. Since then, companies, government agencies, and even lay tinkerers have increasingly used the techniques to make production parts.
Contract Manufacturing Roundtable: Full-Service Future Nutritional Outlook Smart marketers will only work with responsible manufacturing partners. Demetrius Bledsoe, director of sales, National Enzyme Co.
Trade Arabia Why businesses should adopt 3D printing now SmartPlanet.com (blog) The report says that while 3D printing is gaining broader acceptance, now is a good time to experiment with the technology — looking for ways to be more efficient, save...
The Pentagon’s blue-sky research agency is readying a nearly four-year project to boost artificial intelligence systems by building machines that can teach themselves — while making it easier for ordinary schlubs like us to build them, too.
When Darpa talks about artificial intelligence, it’s not talking about modeling computers after the human brain. That path fell out of favor among computer scientists years ago as a means of creating artificial intelligence; we’d have to understand our own brains first before building a working artificial version of one. But the agency thinks we can build machines that learn and evolve, using algorithms — “probabilistic programming” — to parse through vast amounts of data and select the best of it. After that, the machine learns to repeat the process and do it better.
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