Category Archives: North Dakota State University

3D Printing Research CrAMmed: WFIRM, Argonne National Laboratory, Siemens

3D printing is empowering researchers and inventors from all disciplines to investigate applications that cannot be done with any other technology. As such, with CrAMmed, 3D Printing Industry has started a regular review of the literature available on the topic to deliver the most cutting edge developments to our readers. In this edition we feature […]

NDSU system for checking and controlling 3D print quality receives US Patent

A system for checking 3D prints during or post-production, has been granted its US Patent a year and a half after application. The system, currently titled Characterizing 3D printed objects for 3D printing, was invented by Jeremy Straub, Benjamin Kading and Scott Kerlin of North Dakota State University’s (NDSU) Department of Computer Science. It uses sensor data from […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the year July 2017

July 2017 could be thought of as the “month of medicine” on 3D Printing Industry. Amidst the publication of Gartner’s 3D printing hype cycle, and discussions around net neutrality, individuals and research teams around the world put their heads together to develop cutting edge technology that could improve the quality of healthcare. Revolutions in healthcare […]