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UW-Madison Engineers 3D Print RAM Devices in Zero Gravity with NASA Funding

Engineers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) 3D printed RAM (Random Access Memory) device units in zero gravity to show that electronic components can be produced in space. This capability…

3D Printing News Briefs, March 9, 2024: ADDiTEC Racing, 3D Printed Functional Brain Tissue, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with automotive applications, as ADDiTEC launched its new racing division. Moving on, 3D-Fuel is now part of the Nexa3D family, and researchers have…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: A Drone in a Drone, Soft Magnetic Motors

Elkem, known in 3D printing as a developer of 3D printed silicone materials, has made a soft magnetic material. As a part of the EU´s SOMA project, Elkem, along with…

3D Printing News Briefs, August 12, 2023: IDEX 3D Printer, Electric Motor, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, Mingda launched a new high-temperature IDEX FDM 3D printer, while Wayland Additive offers new Mixed Reality service packages for the Calibur3. Collaborative researchers at…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 9, 2022: Metal, Art, & More

We’re first talking about how to reduce defects in metal 3D printing in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then moving on to 3D printed houses as a possible solution…

Fused Form Develops Colombia’s First Large-Format Pellet 3D Printer

Colombian-based 3D printer manufacturer Fused Form has introduced a new large-format pellet extrusion 3D printing system. The FF Pellet 600+ is the first commercially available industrial pellet printer manufactured in…

Wisconsin: Zero Barrier Labs is Trying to Make Metal 3D Printing 17 Times Cheaper

While many companies are keenly interested in the advances 3D printing is encouraging today—along with additive manufacturing processes making use of a variety of different metal powders to create strong,…

Researchers Use 3D Printing to Create Super-Strong Material

One commonly cited shortcoming of 3D printing is its tendency to produce parts that aren’t quite as strong as those produced by more traditional kinds of manufacturing. That’s becoming less…