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Stratasys Collaborates with Designer Boaz Dekel to Transform 3D Printed Stereo Speaker Acoustics

Good news for you music lovers who get frustrated by the back wave distortion caused by longstanding speaker design. There’s a new design in town from Boaz Dekel, a graduate…

Instructables Member Attaches 3D Printed Ear to Tablet for Improved Acoustics & Volume

While often we hear of stories and innovations regarding how technology and 3D printing can help assist those who are challenged or impaired in terms of the senses, Instructables member…

U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory: 3D Printing Customized Ear Plugs for Soldiers

Researchers JR Stefanson and William Ahroon recently completed a study for the U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, releasing their findings in ‘Evaluation of Custom Hearing Protection Fabricated from Digital Ear…

Sweden: 3D Printed Cellulose Nanofiber Aerogels for Industrial Applications

Researchers in Sweden are digging deeper into the world of 3D printing and the ever-expanding, accompanying science of related materials. Their findings are outlined in the recently published ‘Ambient-Dried, 3D-Printable…

Beijing: Researchers 3D Print More Powerful PhotoAcoustic System

While dark-field acoustics may sound mysterious, they pertain to imaging capabilities that are helpful to researchers in a wide range of applications. In ‘A versatile dark-field acoustic-resolution photoacoustic microscopy system…

The Effects of Nozzle Bed Distance on 3D Prints

Chinese researchers are exploring quality issues in 3D printing further, sharing their results in ‘Effects of nozzle-bed distance on the surface quality and mechanical properties of fused filament fabrication parts.’…

Nanyang Technological University: Experimenting with Acoustic Nozzles to Disrupt Clogging in 3D Printing

Thesis student, Yannapol Sriphutkiat, of the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Nanyang Technological University recently published, ‘Development of acoustic nozzle for 3D printing,’ exploring the use of acoustic…

University of California Researchers Explore Acoustophoresis in Regulating Electrical Composites for 3D Printing

Scientists from University of California Santa Barbara have been exploring the use of acoustophoresis in regulating electrical composites in accompaniment with 3D printing in ‘Flexible Composites with Programmed Electrical Anisotropy…

Acoustic Nozzles Improve the Performance of 3D Printed Parts

Usually when we’re talking about 3D printing in terms of acoustics, it has to do with making a good set of speakers. But, recent research has determined that acoustic signal processing could…

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