Clemson Researchers Use 3D Printing to Solve Pesky Battery Issues By Printing Ceramic Electrolyzers

We’re all familiar with that highly inconvenient moment of finding out your phone battery is dead (or worse, that the charger cord or cube is no longer functional for some…

Clemson University Scientists Generate Clean Energy with 3D Printed Graphene

You’ve likely heard of some of the most common sources of green energy – solar, wind, etc. Fewer people are familiar, however, with triboelectricity. Triboelectricity is generated when certain materials…

New 4D Printed Composite Material is Capable of Complex Movements

By using additive manufacturing technology, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and Clemson University have developed a new hybrid material that is capable of moving independently…

Researchers Twist, Squeeze & Crush 3D Printed Seahorse Tails to Further Advances in Robotics

What a joy it would be to have the job of studying the fascinating world of the seahorse, and it’s unique anatomy. Recently, scientists had exactly that in their job…

Clemson Students Create 3D Printed Prototype for BMW With the Help of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

Clemson Students Create 3D Printed Prototype for BMW With the Help of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

June 4, 2015

Clemson has been a strategic partner with BMW since 2008, running a two-year-long project in which students in the Automotive Engineering program work to design, develop, program, prototype, and produce…

Clemson Grad Students Use 3D Printing to Transform BMW X3 for Annual Deep Orange Project

Here’s to blue skies, white clouds — and 3D printing. No matter what you might think of BMW, it’s usually guaranteed that with their modern, sleek designs, you have to…


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