Kansas State University: 3D Freeze Printing Used to Create Batteries

3D design and printing can be integrated into nearly any industry today, but researchers around the world persist in using it to harness energy, and especially for storage—as in the…

Researchers Develop Machine Learning Method to Monitor 3D Printing Process for Defects

All sorts of issues can occur when a 3D printed part has a defect, and researchers around the world continue trying to find new ways to detect these defects before…

Graphene Aerogel Now Holds Guinness World Record for Lightest 3D Printed Structure

There’s a Guinness World Record category for just about everything these days. There’s a record for largest collection of stuffed crocodiles, and a record for fastest text message typed while…

Lighter-Than-Air Graphene 3D Printing Spurs R&D Tax Credit Opportunities

Graphene is a single-atomic layer of carbon atoms. Organized in a hexagonal lattice, it is considered a “wonder material” that contains an array of properties unparalleled in other structures and…

Scientists Research Materials & New Processes for 3D Printing Ultra Light Graphene Aerogels

The doors that 3D printing has opened, one after the other—and at such an accelerated speed—are astounding and seemingly infinite. With incredible designs being produced in nearly every sector from…

More Than One Way to Skin a Leg — 3D Printed Covers for Prostheses Coming From KSU Students

A group of 27 second-year students at Kansas State University’s Interior Architecture and Product Design Studio are heavily involved in a project to design 3D printed prosthetic “skins” which will…


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