AFRL and University Partners Used 3D Printed Composite Materials to Make Structural Parts

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) near my hometown of Dayton, Ohio, has long been interested in using 3D printing and composite materials for…

First Mechanical Properties Tests of 3D Printed Carbon CLIP Lattice Parts

California 3D printing company Carbon, founded in 2013, suddenly hit the scene in 2015 with its innovative Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology, which uses the power of light and oxygen…

BotFactory Tests Out New PCB 3D Printer with DIY Edge Detector Project

Four years ago, Brooklyn-based startup BotFactory successfully crowdfunded its desktop PCB factory, the interestingly named Squink, that lets users 3D print working circuit boards with conductive inks, and even fabricate circuit traces on…

Carbon Introduces New CLIP 3D Printing Materials with Epoxy Resin Family & Addition to Cyanate Ester Family

It’s been a very busy year for Silicon Valley-based 3D printing company Carbon, but a successful one as well. After emerging from stealth with its cutting-edge CLIP 3D printing technology back in…

Smooth Your 3D Prints in No Time with Finissage 1069 from SLS 3D

Time to talk about everyone’s favorite topic – finishing 3D prints! I know some people who, unfamiliar with 3D printing, think that the perfectly smooth, polished-looking figurines and other objects…

A Quick Guide to Gluing 3D Printed Parts — Thanks to Sculpteo

Unless you’re 3D printing small, generally uncomplicated objects, you have very likely found yourself in the position of printing something you designed in parts or pieces and then trying to…


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