Category Archives: Multimaterial

Pulver-3D-Druckverfahren für mehrere Materialien von Aerosint

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Entwickler und Forscher bei Aerosint haben eine neue Idee zum 3D-Drucker (SLS-Verfahren) von mehreren Materialien entwickelt. Das neue Verfahren soll es möglich machen, mehrere Pulver einfach und kostengünstig zu drucken.  Die meisten Produkte des Alltags bestehen mittlerweile aus einer Vielzahl verschiedener Materialien. Auch bei Kunststoffen oder Metallen wird je nach Anwendungszweck das passende Material gewählt. […]

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New 2.5D inkjet printing method guides precise medical research

Due to its drop on demand precision, inkjet based 3D printing presents researchers with the stimulating prospect of creating microscopic and complex devices for use in medical and chemical research. Microfluidics and lab on a chip devices, used to study the effects substances and stimuli, are an emerging method cutting down lab space to conduct […]

E3D announces super cool multitool 3D printer research

British 3D printing technology developer and marketplace E3D-Online has announced the topic of its current research: a tool-changing 3D printer platform. Developed in-house as a project that E3D believes “might be the coolest thing to hit 3D printing in a very long time,” the company is seeking input from the Maker Community to give production […]

PostNord adds on demand 3D printing delivery service with Stratasys

On demand 3D printing services from Stratasys has a new partner in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. In collaboration with the 3D printing giant, Swedish communications and logistics company PostNord Strålfors will be offering 3D printing bureau services and delivery to customers in the Nordic region. Amidst a growing list of logistics companies getting in on […]

UNH develops 3D printable metamaterial for camouflage and drug delivery

A weaving chain of interlocking shapes demonstrates a new material design that has the potential to create smarter medical and electronic devices. Created by researchers at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) the material, when activated, works as a mechanism to transform appearance in a way similar to cephalopod camouflage. A working prototype of the […]

3D printed suckerfish grip could take explorers into The Great Unknown

Since August 5th 2012 the Mars Curiosity Rover has been live tweeting its movements from the surface of the red planet to almost 4 million followers all around the world. Back on Earth and 10,994 metres (36,070 ft) under the sea however, there is no such luxury of wireless communication. To date, only four planned missions […]

Draper puts aersol jet to test with 3D printed Bluetooth transceiver

Aerosol jet printing (AJP) is a technique for spraying metal-based inks developed by industrial manufacturer Optomec. Its ability to adhere to readymade surfaces and make multimaterial objects makes the technique highly desirable in the consumer electronics market, where demand for device prototypes is at an all time high. To assess AJP in practice, and better […]

Imperial College entwickelt Low-Cost Variante eines Multimaterial 3D-Drucker

Professor Paul Curtis vom Imperial College London und das UK´s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory haben einen speziellen Multimaterial-3D-Drucker entwickelt. Die Forschung wurde in der letzten Ausgabe des 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Journal veröffentlicht. Das dort vorgestellte System ist in der Lage Materialien wie lichtaushärtende Harze, niedrigschmelzende Metalllegierungen und Silikone zu verarbeiten. Der 3D-Drucker […]

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