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New Zealand Researchers Develop and Characterize Micro Pellet Extruder and 3D Printing System

UPC Researchers Develop New Method of Designing Porous Scaffolds for FDM 3D Printing

Australian Researchers Bling It On with DiamondCoated 3D Printed Titanium Implants

TU Delft Examines Innovative 3D Printable Metamaterials with Applications in Soft Robotics

3D Printed Spermbots Used as Drug Delivery Systems to Fight Cervical Cancer

Researchers Develop 3D Printed Smart Hydrogel That Can Walk Underwater and Pick Up Objects

Could Your Next Headphones Use 3D Printed Metamaterials

Shark Skin 3D Printing and Aerodynamics

Reality or Hype: 3D Printing Improving Performance in Sports Industry

The Calm Before the Swarm: Notre Dame Researcher 3D Prints Swarm of Robot Insects

Argonne National Lab Tests Weather Stations with LowCost Sensors and 3D Printed Components

Biocompatible 3D Printing Ink Developed with Living Bacteria May See Biotechnology and Medical Use

Researchers Inspired by Origami to Develop 3D Printing Alternative to Building Lattice Structures

3D Printing Raspberry Pi and Fruit Flies: LowCost Custom Lab Equipment Helps in Study of Behavior

Massachusetts Researchers Develop InLine Rheometer for FDM 3D Printing

NASA Scientist Develops First 3D Model of Melting Snowflake

Simulation Software and 3D Microstructure Skeletons Could Automate Materials Design

3D Printed Vascular Patches with Patterned Channels Used to Grow Organized Blood Vessels in Mice

Can Adding Wood Powder and Lubricant Make PLA 3D Printing Materials Stronger and More Flexible

Researchers Use 3D Printing and Basic Electronic Components to Make Neuroscience More Accessible

Lowering Production Costs For 3D Printed Medical and Dental Models Through Desktop 3D Printers

LLNL Provides Update on Collaborative Research into Why Flaws Occur in Metal 3D Printing Processes

MITs FastFFF Desktop 3D Printing System is Up to 10x Faster Than Commercial 3D Printers

LLNL Researchers Use Laser Beam Shaping to Enhance Properties During Metal 3D Printing

UK Researchers Develop Responsive CelluloseBased Ink for 4D Printing

25D Inkjet Printing Technique for Fabricating Precision Optical Components

Researchers Use 3D Virtual Reality Houses to Explore Memory

Researchers Compare Accuracy of Different Metal Manufacturing Methods Including 3D Printing for Dental Copings

Purdue Researchers Create Mini Shockwave with Custom Inkjet 3D Printer and Energetic Materials

Resarchers Develop 3D Printed Calcium Silicate Bone Scaffold

ElectroAssisted 3D Bioprinting Method for LowConcentration GelMA Microdroplets

3D Printing News Briefs: March 27 2018

Rice University Researchers Continue Work with 3D Graphene Foam

Comparing FDM 3D Printed Parts with Carbon Nanotubes Continuous Carbon Fiber and Short Carbon Fiber

Research Shows that Silicone Resin Prepolymers Can Be Used for UltravioletAssisted 3D Printing

Researchers Use Biomimicry and 3D Printing to Develop Robotic Fish

Advancing the Field of Flexible Electronics with 3D Printable Liquid Metal Alloy

New Caltech Technique Makes It Possible to 3D Print Complex Metal Structures on the Nanoscale

Subjecting 3D Printed Medical Ti6Al4V Implants to Laser Peening Could Increase Wear Resistance

TU Delfts MultiAxis Robotic 3D Printing System Makes it Possible to Print Without Supports

Researchers Develop Machine Learning Method to Monitor 3D Printing Process for Defects

3D Printed Mouthguards Designed for Use as Customized Drug Delivery Devices

TU Wien Researchers Use 3D Printed Plastic Screens to Perfectly Shape Terahertz Beams

Direct Ink Writing Process for 3D Printing Mechanoluminescent Objects

3D Printing News Briefs: August 21 2018

Smallest 3D Printed Boat Yields Possibilities for Nanotechnology

QMUL Researchers Use Inkjet 3D Printing and SelfAssembly Technologies to Create Constructs Using Cells and Molecules

TCMIPSL A New High Resolution and High Speed 3D Printing Process

3D Printed Swimming Soft Robot Uses Shape Memory Polymers to Paddle Forwards and Backwards

Virginia Tech Researchers Using a New Method to Create 3D Printed Piezoelectric Materials