3D Printing Will Power the New Space Race

Whereas the last space race was powered by ideology and meant to declare the superiority of one economic system over the other; this one is powered by 3D printing and…

CollPlant Biotechnologies Raise $5.5 Million

Regenerative medicine company CollPlant announced new fundraising of $5.5 million in convertible loans intended to support the advancement of their research projects in the fields of medical aesthetics and 3D…

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Additive Micromanufacturing (µAM): a Big Breakthrough on a Small Scale

Additive micromanufacturing (μAM) is a newly developed technology, quite different from mainstream AM. Minute metal objects (1 μm to 1000 μm) are manufactured with this revolutionary 3D printing process. The newly founded…

Thermoplastic Fiber Reinforced Composite Materials in 4D Printing

In ‘Thermoplastic Fiber Reinforced Composite Material Characterization and Precise Finite Element Analysis for 4D Printing,’ researchers are delving further into the next dimension. And while the 3D realm is barely…

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Denmark: Researchers Improving on 3D Printing with Microstructure Control in DLP

In the recently published ‘Microstructure Control in 3D Printing with Digital Light Processing,’ researchers from the Technical University of Denmark are exploring control issues in 3D printing, to include an…

3D Printed PMMA: Poly(methyl methacrylate) for Cranial Implants

In the recently published, ‘Impact Optimization of 3D Printed Poly(methyl methacrylate) for Cranial Implants,’ Sandra Petersmann, Martin Spoerk, Philipp Huber, Margit Lang, Gerald Pinter, and Florian Arbeite explore FFF 3D…

Analyzing & Solving 3D Printing Issues with Microfluidics

In the recently published ‘Microfluidics as a Platform for the Analysis of 3D Printing Problems,’ by Rui Mendes, Paola Fanzio, Laura Campo-Deaño, and Francisco J. Galindo-Rosales, the authors explore FFF…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 21, 2019

We’re talking about an event, some 3D printing education news, and racing applications in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. Russia’s top 3D printing festival is returning for a second year,…

What is Metrology Part 19 – Moire Effect in 3D Printing

This is a short excerpt on an interesting phenomena within visual perception known as the Moire Effect. We will address this in how it operates within the realm of 3D printing as well as metrology.

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