Category Archives: Wojciech Matusik

MIT peel-and-go 3D printed electronics assemble without added water

3D printing with added time, i.e. “4D printing”, is an industry trend bringing about self-actuating and assembling objects that could one day bring improvements to areas of construction, clothing and wearable tech. Typically, 4D printed objects require the application of a stimulus, such as heat or water, for activation. However, in a new development from […]

MIT peel-and-go 3D printed electronics assemble without added water

3D printing with added time, i.e. “4D printing”, is an industry trend bringing about self-actuating and assembling objects that could one day bring improvements to areas of construction, clothing and wearable tech. Typically, 4D printed objects require the application of a stimulus, such as heat or water, for activation. However, in a new development from […]

CSAIL Robogami democratizes 3D design and fabrication of robots

The Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a hub of activity for solutions to change the way people approach design and engineering, In 3D printing, previous projects from the lab include the fabrication of a smart-sensing skin for robots, developing the “Photoshop” of 3D materials, and a voxel based […]

MIT CSAIL optomizes multimaterial 3D printing by the voxel

Most objects that perform a function in our daily lives are made from more than one material. As such, uncovering a code to crack multimaterial capabilities is one of the core pursuits in cutting-edge 3D printing technology. On the side of hardware, manufacturers have developed dual-nozzle extrusion, interchangeable printheads, and material jetting systems to effectively […]

InstantCAD plug-in supercharges existing CAD software

Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Columbia University have developed a new CAD software plug-in that optimizes the 3D modelling process. The main concept behind the InstantCAD software, hence the name, is ease and speed of use. The paper cites the fact Computer Aided Design (CAD) software is a multi-billion dollar […]

3D printed device from MIT CSAIL shows the possibility of a smart “skin” for robots

As current electronics are easily breakable, researchers are looking to develop a way to make them more flexible, and intuitive. With 3D printing, one project …

MIT´s Foundry hilft beim Design von Multi-Material Objekten

Multimaterial 3D Drucker erleben gerade, zumindest subjektiv, einen Boom bzw. werden immer beliebter. Von Stratasys Connex Technologie, HP´s Multi Jet Fusion oder die letzte Generation der Ultimaker FFF/FDM 3D Drucker. Aber auch das MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) hat einen Multi-Material 3D Drucker, den MultiFab. Dafür wurde nun eine Software entwickelt, die die Handhabung und das Designen […]

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