The joint study conducted by Sabic and Local Motors found that material from post-production parts and scrap may be reused in large-format additive manufacturing or other processes, such as injection molding or extrusion, at amounts up to 100%.
Researchers identify a factor inhibiting conductivity in the materials typically used to 3D-print electronic devices that can inform future fabrication of them.
Pioneering 3D printing techniques help slash weight from this 1,500-horsepower beast.
Researchers in the U.K. have used ultrasound to print pre-determined patterns on surfaces from aerosol droplets or particles in a new fabrication process called sonolithography.
Additive manufacturing systems such as those from Boston Micro Fabrication can yield high-volume manufacturing and sophisticated micro-details.
3D printed dental bridges, crowns, and implants are the ultimate in one-off production in manufacturing.