Researchers Turn to 3D Printing to Turn Mathematical Theory into Strong, Lightweight Materials

We’ve seen math and 3D printing technology combined before, whether it’s designing and 3D printing a math-inspired dress or high-tech sculpture, helping young students understand fundamental and complex mathematics, creating three-dimensional…

UC Davis Mathematician Uses 3D Printing to Deliver New Insight into Moving Sofa Problem

Like many people of my generation, I have moved many, many times in the last decade or so. I just moved again last month, and I’m hoping to stay in…

Math from the Past: Software Developer Creates 3D Printed Curta Calculator

Back in 1938, an Austrian engineer named Curt Herzstark patented his idea for the Curta, an elegantly mechanical pocket calculator that—to this day—has remained quite popular with collectors from around…

MIT Creates a New 3D Printer & Art Form: Will the World of Making Glass Be Forever Transformed?

While this is a category bursting at the seams with innovations from the 3D printing industry, we have one more that must be stuffed into the ‘what will they think…


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