Texas A&M Researchers: Eliminating the Weak Spots in 3D Printing

Researchers at Texas A&M, working with scientists from Essentium, Inc., continue to refine 3D printing processes. Pinpointing one of the most vulnerable areas, the individual printed layers, the researchers and…

3D Printing: Successful Scaffolds in Bone Regeneration

In ‘Comprehensive Review on Full Bone Regeneration through 3D Printing Approaches,’ the authors review new developments and solutions in tissue engineering for the formation of cells, as well as proposing…

University of Leeds: 3D Printing Folding Robots Inspired by Origami

Akeel Abtan recently submitted a PhD thesis, ‘Design and Fabrication of Origami Elements for use in a Folding Robot Structure,’ to the University of Leeds (Institute of Design, Robotics and…

3D Printing with Bioplastics: Engineering Biodegradable PHA Blends

Jackie Anderson offers a review regarding one of the most critical 3D printing topics today: materials. As innovation continues to grow, so do the options regarding software, hardware, and different…

International Study Develops 3D Printed Water Filter for Affordable Arsenic Removal

Researchers from Indonesia and Korea have come together to improve water filtration systems for developing countries especially, releasing the results of a recent study in ‘Three-dimensional, printed water-filtration system for…

Material Extrusion 3D Printing: The Effects of Slicing & Porosity

Prashanth Ravi brings additional data to light in a recently published study, ‘Understanding the relationship between slicing and measured fill density in material extrusion 3D printing towards precision porosity constructs…

Peking University Third Hospital: Follow-Up of 92 Consecutive Patients with 3D Printed Titanium Acetabular Cups

Researchers from Peking University Third Hospital have released the findings of a recent study in ‘A new 3D printing porous trabecular titanium metal acetabular cup for primary total hip arthroplasty:…

Eliminating Supports in 3D Printing: Accelerating Decomposition for Multi-Directional Techniques

International researchers investigate more complex matters in digital fabrication, detailing their latest study in the recently published ‘Learning to Accelerate Decomposition for Multi-Directional 3D Printing.’ Delving into a subject of…

3D Printing for Mechanical Metamaterials: Pseudo-Mechanism Design & Multistable Units

Nitin Singh and Martin van Hecke, both researchers in the Netherlands, explore pseudo-mechanisms and 3D printing of related building blocks. Their findings are released in the recently published ‘Design of…

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