Nanyang Technological University: 3D Printing High-Volume Ash Mixtures for Construction

In the recently published ‘3D printing of high-volume fly ash mixtures for digital concrete construction,’ Nanyang Technological University thesis student Biranchi Panda explores how fly ash-based geopolymers can be improved…

Metal Filament 3D Printing of 316L Stainless Steel on a Prusa i3

In the recently published ‘Metal Filament 3D Printing of SS316L: Focusing on the printing process,’ thesis student Karthikesh Gante Lokesha Renukaradhya for the Machine Design track in Industrial Engineering and…

Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace: 3D Printing Optimized Low Pressure Turbine Blades

In ‘Preliminary optimization of a hollow low pressure turbine blade,’ Lorenzo Abrusci presents a thesis paper exploring additive manufacturing processes for creating critical industrial components. As materials science has advanced…

Developing 3D Printed Soft Actuators for Robotic Arms

As 3D printing and electronics continue to advance—along with robotics—soft actuators are becoming a great subject of study, as thesis student Hong Fai Lau outlines in the recently published ‘3D-Printed…

University of Wollongong: Refining the Cochlear Implant with 3D Printing

In ‘3D Printing of Flexible Electrodes for Clinical Applications,’ Laura Blanco Peña of the University of Wollongong presents her thesis on the benefits of 3D printing in medicine, and specifically in…

3D Printing with Continuous Wire Polymer Composites on a Modified Prusa i3

Yehia Ibrahim, a thesis student at York University in Toronto, submitted a recent thesis regarding composites for 3D printing in ‘3D Printing of Continuous Wire Polymer Composite for Mechanical and…

Additive Manufacturing Could Prove Promising in Development of Hydraulic Pumps

Saimaa University of Applied Sciences thesis student, Daniil Levchenko, explores the capabilities of complex 3D printing in ‘Design of a Hydraulic Pump for Construction with Additive Manufacturing Tools.’ While was…

University of Montana: Analyzing Accuracy of 3D Printed Femurs for Forensic Anthropology and Bioarchaelogy

Thesis student Myriah Adonia Jo Allen (University of Montana) discusses not only the implications of 3D scanning and 3D printing overall, but more specifically, how important the technology of 3D…

Aalto School of Engineering: Reverse Engineering Spare Parts Through 3D Technology

In the recently published, ‘Methods to reverse engineer spare parts,’ thesis student Edoardo Colombo, from the Aalto School of Engineering, expounds on the benefits of digital spare parts, and their…

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