Aerospace 3D Printing

Astronauts 3D Print the First Medical Supplies in Space, Which Can Also Teach Us More About Healthcare on Earth

Astronauts 3D Print the First Medical Supplies in Space, Which Can Also Teach Us More About Healthcare on Earth

Earlier this month, we told you about Dr. Julielynn Wong, a medical doctor, scientist, and the founder of social enterprise 3D4MD, and her ongoing project to 3D print medical tools in space. She has been working on this endeavor for quite some time, sharing the...
Bionic Aircraft Collaborative Research Project Works to Increase the Efficiency of Aviation Resources through Additive Manufacturing

Bionic Aircraft Collaborative Research Project Works to Increase the Efficiency of Aviation Resources through Additive Manufacturing

3D printing and 3D scanning technologies have been making major headway into aviation recently, and these uses are only set to expand. We have seen 3D printed airplanes before, used in the military, and also with some pretty cool unmanned aircraft. There are 3D...
Air Force Research Laboratory's Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Continue to Explore the Benefits and Challenges of Additive Manufacturing

Air Force Research Laboratory's Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Continue to Explore the Benefits and Challenges of Additive Manufacturing

I am an incredibly proud resident of Dayton, Ohio, born and raised in the Gem City. Not only did the Wright Brothers live and develop the first powered, heavier-than-air aircraft here (no, Kitty Hawk, just because your breezy beaches have better flying conditions does...
NASA’s Early Stage Innovations Grants Awarded to 13 Universities; Several to Explore 3D Printing

NASA’s Early Stage Innovations Grants Awarded to 13 Universities; Several to Explore 3D Printing

In several years, it’s going to be very interesting indeed to see what comes of 13 early stage innovation space technology grants just awarded to universities around the US via NASA. Not your run-of-the mill science projects, these innovations may have as much as...
3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — January 7, 2017

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — January 7, 2017

As a new and promising year in the realm of 3D printing takes effect, 2017 has already been teeming with a number of major partnerships and innovative technologies. On this week’s edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week,” we’ve got a whole array...
CES 2017 Flying High Before Official Start: Drone Rodeo and Pepcom's Digital Experience!

CES 2017 Flying High Before Official Start: Drone Rodeo and Pepcom's Digital Experience!

CES is the largest trade show in the United States – and even with this year’s event beginning the festivities early with two days of media events ahead of the full event held January 5-8, it’s no secret that the show starts before anyone even sets foot in...
2016 in 3D Printing: Your Favorite Stories from the Last Year

2016 in 3D Printing: Your Favorite Stories from the Last Year

2016 has been — let’s say a mixed bag; while this year saw the loss of beloved celebrities, a heated US election, Brexit, Zika, an escalating crisis in Syria, and many other globally divisive happenings, it was also a year of unprecedented development...
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