Category Archives: Washington State University

Leading additive manufacturing academics give insights into 2019 plans and review latest 3D printing research

3D printing experts from leading universities across the globe have given us an insight into what 2019 holds for additive manufacturing. 3D Printing Industry asked professors at universities including UC Berkeley, Cranfield University, University of Birmingham and Columbia University to tell us about some of the new additive manufacturing research developments and about the advances […]

3D Printing News Sliced: Rocket Lab, David Bowie, Resident Evil 2

In this week’s Sliced, our 3D printing news digest, we take a look at the latest creative application using 3D printing, including further forays into 3D printed wearables, 3D printed transport, and how the 3D printing community is experimenting with virtual reality and portable 3D printers. Also included are the latest business developments from FDM […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year June 2018

Moving on to June 2018 – 3D printing strengthened its position in the automotive industry and we took on the Ocean’s 8 diamond heist. Within the 3D printing trifecta, materials started to take on a hold, and would continue to trend throughout trade shows and product announcements in the latter half of the year. Soft […]

WSU entwickelte 3D-gedruckte Glukose-Biosensoren

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Forscher der Washington State University haben einen 3D-gedruckten Glukose-Biosensor für tragbare Monitore entwickelt.Die Arbeit könnte zu verbesserten Glukosemonitoren für Millionen von Menschen führen, die an Diabetes leiden. Unter der Leitung von Arda Gozen und Yuehe Lin, Fakultät an der Fakultät für Maschinenbau und Werkstofftechnik, wurde die Forschung in der Zeitschrift Analytica Chimica Acta veröffentlicht. Menschen [...]

Der Beitrag WSU entwickelte 3D-gedruckte Glukose-Biosensoren erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

3D printing beats traditional screen printing in biosensor for diabetics

Professor Yuehe Lin, assistant professor Arda Gozen and their team at Washington State University (WSU) have leveraged 3D printing to create a more effective glucose screening device. For use by people who suffer from diabetes, these microdevices have proven to be more sensitive and economical with materials than those produced using traditional screen printing. As […]

3D printing beats traditional screen printing in biosensor for diabetics

Professor Yuehe Lin, assistant professor Arda Gozen and their team at Washington State University (WSU) have leveraged 3D printing to create a more effective glucose screening device. For use by people who suffer from diabetes, these microdevices have proven to be more sensitive and economical with materials than those produced using traditional screen printing. As […]

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 […]

Forscher revolutionieren Multimaterial-3D-Druck

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Forscher der Washington State University ist es gelungen, den Multimaterial-3D-Druck zu revolutionieren, indem diese ein Objekt aus verschiedenen Materialien in einem Stück auf nur einem 3D-Drucker produzierten. Während der normale 3D-Druck schon seit langer Zeit Einzug in unserem Alltag hält, ist der Multimaterial-3D-Druck noch eine Neuheit in der Welt der additiven Fertigung. Meist ist dieser [...]

Der Beitrag Forscher revolutionieren Multimaterial-3D-Druck erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.