3D printed water technology

3D Printed Parts for Fog Harps: Water Harvesting Inspired by Redwood Trees

Weiwei Shi recently submitted a dissertation, ‘Tree Inspired Water Harvesting,’ to the faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. In this study, Shi and a research team developed…

Nano Sun Opens 3D Printing Facility to Manufacture New Water Treatment Membranes

Five years ago, Dr. Darren Sun, an Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore, and Wong Ann Chai founded a university spin-off company called Nano Sun that’s focused on water…

3D Printing Makes It Rain in Touring Theatrical Production

In Stijn Devillé’s Gesprek met de Regen, which translates to “Conversation with the Rain,” a couple grieves the loss of their daughter during the monsoon season in Singapore. The play’s setting required a…

Tiny 3D Printed Devices May Have Big Effect on Water Quality Everywhere

There are few things more important in this world than water, and access to it – particularly clean, safe water. Unfortunately, there are few things that are harder to come…

Future of Desalination Industry Innovation May Rest on Conwed’s 3D Printed Feed Spacers

Water: Without interference by humans, it’s meant to be a pure substance that makes up around 70 percent of the Earth, with most of it contained in the oceans. We…