robotic 3d printing

Virginia Tech Researchers Develop New Microscale, Multimaterial 3D Printing Method

Virginia Tech Researchers Develop New Microscale, Multimaterial 3D Printing Method

A team of researchers from Virginia Tech University have developed a new method of microscale 3D printing, which uses in-situ resin mixing and robotics to 3D print multimaterial with programmed stiffness – without cross contaminating any of the properties. The researchers have dubbed their new method multimaterial programmable additive manufacturing with integrated resin delivery – […]

A team of researchers from Virginia Tech University have developed a new method of microscale 3D printing, which uses in-situ resin mixing and robotics to 3D print multimaterial with programmed stiffness – without cross contaminating any of the properties. The...
TU Delft’s Multi-Axis Robotic 3D Printing System Makes it Possible to Print Without Supports

TU Delft’s Multi-Axis Robotic 3D Printing System Makes it Possible to Print Without Supports

August 12-16 in Vancouver, SIGGRAPH 2018, the world’s largest computer graphics and interactive techniques conference, will kick off five days of interesting programming and exhibitions. Many research teams from around the world showcase the results of their latest projects, ranging in topics from 3D shapes and augmented reality to topology optimization and 3D scanning, at the […]

August 12-16 in Vancouver, SIGGRAPH 2018, the world’s largest computer graphics and interactive techniques conference, will kick off five days of interesting programming and exhibitions. Many research teams from around the world showcase the results of their...
3D Printing Industry Guru Leads Development of First Commercial Robotic 3D Printer

3D Printing Industry Guru Leads Development of First Commercial Robotic 3D Printer

After nearly 30 years in the 3D printing industry, Jim Bredt has already left a significant, commercial imprint on the field, yet his work on the industrial side of the business is just powering up. A Ph.D. mechanical engineer from MIT, Bredt is best known as a co-founder of Z Corp., which launched in 1994 […]

After nearly 30 years in the 3D printing industry, Jim Bredt has already left a significant, commercial imprint on the field, yet his work on the industrial side of the business is just powering up. A Ph.D. mechanical engineer from MIT, Bredt is best known as a...
World’s First Robotic 3D Printed Modified Plastic Footbridges on Display at Tongji University

World’s First Robotic 3D Printed Modified Plastic Footbridges on Display at Tongji University

When we talk about 3D printed bridges, they’re usually made out of heavy construction materials, like concrete or steel. But recently, Tongji University’s College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) unveiled the first robotic 3D printed bridges, which were made using modified plastic. The two black footbridges, which span 4 meters and 11 meters, graced the […]

When we talk about 3D printed bridges, they’re usually made out of heavy construction materials, like concrete or steel. But recently, Tongji University’s College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) unveiled the first robotic 3D printed bridges,...
Viridis3D & Palmer Manufacturing Partner to Create a Robotic 3D Printing System

Viridis3D & Palmer Manufacturing Partner to Create a Robotic 3D Printing System

It’s almost impossible to keep up with all the new technologies being explored, many of which promise to increase efficiencies and quality within the 3D printing space. There are over a dozen different processes which can be used to fabricate an object via additive manufacturing. A new partnership between Springfield, Ohio-based Palmer Manufacturing and Viridis3D, a […]

It’s almost impossible to keep up with all the new technologies being explored, many of which promise to increase efficiencies and quality within the 3D printing space. There are over a dozen different processes which can be used to fabricate an object via...
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