Category Archives: Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Spotting a change in the water thanks to 3D printed functional materials

A Spanish-Israeli team of scientists has developed a novel, 3D printed plastic-composite sensor capable of detecting small amounts of water. The research led by the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) and published in Advanced Functional Materials, addresses the limitations of organic polymers in terms of mechanical and thermal properties. With the use of Coordination Polymers […]

Genius: 100 Visions of the Future, the world’s first 3D printed book

British-Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad, has designed a 3D printed book to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.  The project was completed in collaboration with the Canadian Friends of Hebrew University (CFHU), an NGO for the promotion of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a university co-founded by Albert Einstein.  Genius 100, a Canadian-based community […]

Genius: 100 Visions of the Future, the world’s first 3D printed book

British-Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad, has designed a 3D printed book to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.  The project was completed in collaboration with the Canadian Friends of Hebrew University (CFHU), an NGO for the promotion of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a university co-founded by Albert Einstein.  Genius 100, a Canadian-based community […]

3D Printing News Sliced: SHINING 3D, BeAM, Lulzbot, Stratasys, Koffin

The last Sliced 3D printing news digest of the week, today we feature, a story that brings new meaning for 3D printing a cradle to grave file; new business partnerships from Nano Dimension, EOS, and Authentise; a $9 million research fund; and other additive manufacturing applications, research and hardware releases. Latest business partnerships Process automation […]

Can 3D printed nanocellulose transform the food industry?

Developed in the late 1970s at the ITT Rayonier labs in Whippany, New Jersey, nanocellulose, is a fibrous, fibrillated or crystalline form of cellulose – the primary building block in the cell walls of green plants. As a material, nanocellulose is heralded as a natural reinforcement in material fabrication, and is commercially used as a low-calorie thickener, flavour […]

Forscher entwickeln neue Photoinitiatoren für 3D-Druck in Wasser

Forscher des Zentrums für Nanowissenschaften und Nanotechnologie an der Hebrew University Jerusalem haben eine neue Art von Photoinitiator für 3D-Druck mit Photopolymer in Wasser entwickelt. Diese Nanopartikel könnten es ermöglichen bioverträgliche Strukturen am 3D-Drucker herzustellen. Photoinitiatoren sind chemische Verbindungen, die nach der Absorption von UV-Licht Prozesse wie eine Polymerisation starten können. 3D-Druckverfahren wie Stereolithographie basieren […]

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3D printing in water for medical use and faster 3D prints

Why would you want to 3D print in water? New research into materials shows a novel technique with applications for 3D bioprinting.

Materials scientist Shlomo Magdassi, …