The 3D printed material, recycled from wool used in apparel fabrication, can provide sustainability in the development of textiles for fitness, medical, and other uses.
This new carbon fiber process could remake industries with materials that are strong, light and affordable.
The eco-PEN300 dispenser from Preeflow, a ViscoTec brand, was instrumental in precisely and repeatably depositing multiple materials in varying viscosities.
Small printers are designed to make additive manufacturing more accessible and ideal for research, prototyping, and small replacement parts.
Researchers at Waseda University have developed a hybrid fused filament fabrication method that improves metal adhesion to the plastic part and eliminates an environmentally problematic step compared with conventional metallization processes.
Researchers develop a new method to 3D print the thermal insulating materials for precision engineering.
A coating developed at Purdue transforms the material into smart packaging or interactive keyboard technology without wires or batteries.
The materials, which are 3D printable, recyclable, and come in a range of textures—from extremely soft to rigid.
A combination of 3D printing and graffiti-inspired spraying allows for the design of interactive objects in various shapes.
The Superstrata is 3D printed in a single pass of continuous carbon-fiber-thermoplastic composite.