French Artist Presents the Tiniest 3D Printed Self-Portrait You’ve Ever Seen (Or Not Seen)

There’s something magnificent about a mural or a massive statue, but when it comes to art, bigger does not always mean better. In fact, some of the most remarkable pieces…

LLNL Makes a New Breakthrough in Nanoscale 3D Printing

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is known for its in-depth materials research, which often involves advanced 3D printing techniques. Those techniques include 3D printing on the nanoscale, and the laboratory…

3D Printing Helps Researchers Understand How Tiny Spiders Make Rainbows

In some species, males and females are virtually indistinguishable. But in species where the sexes have different appearances, the males tend to be much more flamboyant and brightly colored, the…

3D Printing News Briefs: March 24, 2017

For this Friday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll take a look at copyright law, a 3D printer, new 3D printing products, a prestigious award and a group meeting, and…

Nanoscribe 3D Prints Micro-Optics at the Nanoscale

Two areas that are emerging in 3D printing are optics and nanoprinting. Companies such as LuXeXceL are pioneering 3D printing optically clear parts for LED arrays and other applications. Meanwhile…

3D Printing on the Nanoscale: 3D Laser Lithography Produces Improved Micro- and Nano-Optics

The things that can be done with 3D printing never cease to amaze. To the casual observer with only a passing knowledge of the technology, it appears on the surface…

Plasmonics: Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT 3D Printer Allows for Innovative Solutions

Are you still wrapping your mind around the world of nanotechnology—and wondering why exactly it is that those brilliant minds in research labs around the world aren’t content enough just…


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