The world’s first lightweight 3D printed fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) footbridge will be installed at Kralingse Bos park – the green heart of Rotterdam. This heralds the transition towards the next generation of bridges, offering high...
Material developed at UC San Diego allows commercial printers to print considerably larger objects than before.
Researchers have created a way to make plastic objects weld together more effectively using plasma and nanotechnology.
Method is more efficient and cost effective than current techniques to paint objects for aerospace, medical industries.
Guidelines for fabricating martensitic steels in various shapes free of defects can be applied to other metals, too.
An ultra-fast process developed by University of Maryland researchers is more than 1,000 times faster than typical techniques.