Category Archives: University of Cambridge

MX3D’s 3D printed steel bridge gets smart and sensitive

Later in 2018, the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal in Amsterdam is set to be graced with a 12 meter long 3D printed steel bridge, made by Robotic Additive Manufacturing (RAM) technology developer MX3D. Constructed using ABB robotic arms and WAAM technology, after installation the company has confirmed that a second, digital, bridge construction project will begin. MX3D […]

Code of 3D printed houses cracked by TU Eindhoven professor’s equations

When it comes to 3D printing, processes are often developed and defined using trial and error, because so many aspects of the technology not yet fully understood. This is particularly the case with 3D concrete 3D printing, which is becoming increasingly popular in construction. Prof. Akke Suiker, professor of Applied Mechanics at the Eindhoven University […]

Code of 3D printed houses cracked by TU Eindhoven professor’s equations

When it comes to 3D printing, processes are often developed and defined using trial and error, because so many aspects of the technology not yet fully understood. This is particularly the case with 3D concrete 3D printing, which is becoming increasingly popular in construction. Prof. Akke Suiker, professor of Applied Mechanics at the Eindhoven University […]

3D-Druck von Nanomagneten für neue Generation von Speichermedien

Wissenschaftlern der University of Cambridge ist es erstmals gelungen einen dreidimensionalen Magnetkreis im Nanomaßstab herzustellen. Dieser Durchbruch könnte zu erhöhten Speicher- und Verarbeitungskapazitäten bei elektronischen Geräten führen. Nachdem derzeitige Methoden zur Herstellung von immer kleineren elektronischen Komponenten ihre Grenzen erreicht haben, beginnen Wissenschaftler neue Ansätze zu erforschen um zukünftige Technologien für die Fertigung dieser Geräte […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL 3D-Druck von Nanomagneten für neue Generation von Speichermedien

A 3D printed $40 open-source microscopeGlobal Challenges Research Fund

Researchers at the UK’s University of Bath have designed an open source microscope prototype. The 3D printed microscope is intended to make educational tools more accessible. The project is funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund– a key component in the delivery of the UK Aid Strategy: tackling global challenges in the national interest.  The project […]