3D Printing News Briefs: October 27, 2017

Congratulations, we’ve all made it to Friday somehow! To celebrate, take a look at all of today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, compiled just for you in one article. The University…

Researchers at Tsinghua University Describe How Nanodroplets Deform Upon Surface Strike, Potential to Improve 3D Printing

The demand for, and interest in, nanotechnology is growing, which means that a reliance on nanoscale (one billionth of a meter) printing is not going away. Researchers at ORNL developed…

EPFL Researchers 3D Print Atomic Microscopy Sensors at the Nanoscale

Thanks to 3D printing, the world of high-resolution microscopy is about to be elevated further. Delving into those nanos (smaller than small) that we hear so much about today, and…

3D Printing in Micro-Optics: Femtosecond Laser Writing Allows for Improvement Using Phase Masks

As 3D printing technology stamps its mark of innovation, magic, and miracle virtually everywhere, from the sectors we are all well aware of like aerospace and art and from automotive to medical,…

Ultra-High Resolution 3D Printing at the Micro-Scale with Nanoscribe

Despite what the smartphone wars tell us, the trend of making things smaller has been almost continuous since the very first electronics were developed. It just makes sense to make…


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