Category Archives: WSU

WSU team 3D prints drug-delivering contact lenses

Just weeks after Newcastle University researchers made headlines for their world-first 3D printed corneas, it appears a team at Washington State University (WSU) has also been keeping its eye on 3D printing’s potential in making medical treatments for the visually impaired. After receiving an 18 month exploratory research grant, WSU researchers have created a kind of 3D printed […]

WSU team 3D prints drug-delivering contact lenses

Just weeks after Newcastle University researchers made headlines for their world-first 3D printed corneas, it appears a team at Washington State University (WSU) has also been keeping its eye on 3D printing’s potential in making medical treatments for the visually impaired. After receiving an 18 month exploratory research grant, WSU researchers have created a kind of 3D printed […]

Multimaterial metal 3D printing accomplished by WSU LENS project

A team of researchers at Washington State University have recently published results of a multimaterial metal 3D printing project. Using Optomec Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) technology, the team has succeed in 3D printing components made from two different alloys in a single process. Amit Bandyopadhyay, WSU Professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials […]

3D-Druck mit Mikrotröpfchen ermöglicht es natürliche Materialien zu imitieren

Wissenschaftler der Washington State University (WSU) habe eine neuartige 3D-Drucktechnologie entwickelt, die es ermöglicht die Struktur eines Materials von der Nanoskala bis hin zu Zentimetern zu kontrollieren. So entstehen komplexe Strukturen, die natürlichen Materialien wie Holz oder Knochen sehr ähnlich sind. Bei dem Verfahren werden nebelähnliche Mikrotropfen, die Nanopartikel aus Silber beinhalten, mit dem Aerosol Jet […]

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