The technique developed by a UMass Lowell researcher incorporates elements of injection molding to increase the production rate of 3D printing while improving part strength, stiffness, and strain-to-failure properties.
The polymer-based material could be critical in helping protect frontline healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
There have been some changes in the rankings of the world's longtime auto leaders and you won't believe the revenue per second.
Here’s our salute to engineering jokes. Some old, some new, all borrowed, and delivered in blue.
Water-based material for potential medical use looks like Jell-O, but one drop can bear the weight of 100 pounds.