Category Archives: Nanyang Technological University

3D Printing News Sliced SABIC, Moog, SodaStream, NASCAR

In this edition of Sliced 3D printing is deemed a “transformative technology” for heart disease and race car driving; researchers introduce a handheld skin printer; and we tip our hats to the latest applications from around the world. Featured stories include CRP Technology, SABIC, the Washington University School of Medicine, 3Dlife, Adaptiiv, Moog, Sony and much more. […]

3D printing news Sliced, GKN Powder Metallurgy, Orbital ATK, 3MF and Duke University

Today’s edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, asks the following: How do you redirect sound with 3D printing? Will 3D printers ever find a place in mechanics’ shops? Are 3D printed hypersonic warheads viable? All this and more from Duke University, PostNord, GKN Powder Metallurgy and the 3MF consortium. Metamaterials, soluble supports and […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, Gucci, MSF and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

What connection does 3D printing have to a 19th Century German philosopher? How can 3D printing turn virtual space-ships into a reality? How did 3D printing take one Streamliner vehicle beyond 200mph? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from the Government of Hamburg, GoPrint3D, Gravity Sketch, Nano Dimension, OMNI3D, LPW, Jugnoo, GEM Platform, Carpenter, FITNIK, Print My […]

3D bioprinted skin beats manual samples in A*STAR pigment research

3D bioprinted skin often misses pigmentation. This is because researchers need a more reliable method of 3D printing with multiple types of cells. In a Masters thesis from University of Texas El Paso (UTEP), postgraduate Corinne Nicole Wittmann previously considered the possibility of 3D bioprinted pigmentation. In experiments with collagen, the 3D bioprinted samples showed […]

NAMIC Emerging Applications for Additive Manufacturing Summit in Singapore

This week the 4th edition of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) summit in Singapore brought together 3D printing experts from across the region and beyond. NAMIC are a government funded program based at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore). NAMIC is supported by the National Research Foundation, together with SPRING Singapore and the Singapore […]

Forscher entwickeln 3D-gedruckte Blume die bei Lichteinfall aufblüht

Forscher haben eine 3D-gedruckte Blume entwickelt, die aufblüht sobald Licht auf die Blütenblätter trifft. Die dafür verwendete Technik ist die Selbe die auch bei 4D-Druck zum Einsatz kommt.  Unter der Leitung von Xiaodong Chen haben Forscher der Nanyang Technological University in Singapur eine Blume entwickelt die bei Lichteinfall aufblüht. Die Technik ist sehr ähnlich wie die Technik für […]

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NASA grants West Virginia University $100,000 for 3D printed titanium oxide foam research aboard ISS

NASA has awarded a $100,000 grant to researchers at West Virginia University (WVU) to explore the use of 3D printed titanium dioxide foam aboard the …

Researchers in Singapore and Israel develop the “most stretchable” 3D printable material

Published in the journal of Advanced Materials on 7 February 2017, researchers from Singapore and Israel demonstrate a range of stretchy materials suitable for vat polymerisation 3D …