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Sakuu to Release Multi-Material, Multi-Process Battery 3D Printer

Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming a more common part of the public lexicon every day—I have at least one friend who drives one, and more car charging stations are popping…

Weerg Helps Physicists Track the Mysterious Neutrino with 3D Printing

3D printing service Weerg is manufacturing parts for the KM3NeT, an undersea research installation that will help scientists learn about the mysteries of the neutrino particle. KM3NeT is a collaborative…

dp Polar Uses Xaar Inkjet for High Throughput Manufacturing

Xaar is an inkjet head manufacturer.  Xaar3D is its 3D printing subsidiary, 45% of which is owned by Stratasys, and XaarJet commercializes inkjet heads for applications including 3D Printing. Xaar…

High-Speed 3D Printing of Flexible Carbon/Silicone Sensors for Medical Wearables

In the recently published ‘Drop-on-demand high-speed 3D printing of flexible milled carbon fiber/silicone composite sensors for wearable biomonitoring devices,’ authors from University of Waterloo  and the University of California, Berkeley…

Study Looks at Effects of Surface Slope and Build Orientation in Material Jetting 3D Printing

Several studies have analyzed the surface finish of 3D printed objects, but very few have looked at the surface finish and dimensional accuracy of those 3D printed through material jetting….

It’s No Fairytale: Todd Grimm Shares His Treasure Trove of 3D Printing News at RAPID

This year’s RAPID + TCT was jam packed with new 3D printing technology and was by far the largest 3D printing expo that I’ve personally seen. There was an awful lot…

Wacker Debuts Silicone 3D Printing Technology to North American Market at IDTechEx

As the entire industry looks to push the capabilities of 3D printing technology to the next level, the demand for advanced materials has never been greater. For about 70 years…

Penn State Engineering Students Use 3D Printing to Build Robotic Arm

When Penn State University industrial engineering doctoral student Rakshith Badarinath was just a child, he already knew that his future would involve a career in manufacturing. With his eyes glued…