Researchers identify a factor inhibiting conductivity in the materials typically used to 3D-print electronic devices that can inform future fabrication of them.
The University of Nottingham has developed a process to 3D-print custom medical devices to boost performance and bacterial resistance.
‘Homocomposite’ materials developed by NC State researchers are derived from alginate and can be fabricated using 3D printing.
Researchers in Vienna create an authentic-looking substitute to the material derived from elephant tusks to help restore antique art objects.
Researchers in France develop a technique that doesn’t use a layer-by-layer additive manufacturing method.
A process developed by researchers in Australia is simpler and less toxic than the current ways to create material suitable for human implants.
The Flexcera Base resin reportedly features improved fracture resistance and an enhanced natural appearance compared with existing products.
3D printed dental bridges, crowns, and implants are the ultimate in one-off production in manufacturing.
Material innovation from Jabil eliminates harmful fumes from overheating of filament.
Novel 3D-printing process allows cost-effective manufacture of reinforced composite parts with strength-to-weight ratios and performance parameters that rival metals.