Category Archives: Duke University

3D-gedruckten Lithium-Ionen-Batterien von Duke und Texas State University

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Mit einem Desktop-3D-Drucker und PLA-Filament haben Forscher der Texas State University und der Duke University, North Carolina, eine kostengünstige Möglichkeit gefunden, Lithium-Ionen-Batterien (LIBs) zu tragbaren Geräten und Knopfzellenbatterien zu entwickeln. Eine Studie des Prozesses wurde kürzlich in der Zeitschrift ACS Applied Energy Materials veröffentlicht. Obwohl es sich um ein unkonventionelles Batteriematerial handelt, wurde PLA von [...]

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Bright lights of 3D printed lithium-ion batteries demonstrated by DukeU and Texas State

Already incredibly versatile, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are reaching new levels of flexibility thanks to 3D printing. Using a desktop 3D printer and PLA filament, researchers at Texas State University and Duke University, North Carolina, have found a cost-effective way of fashioning LIBs into wearable devices and coin cell batteries. A study of the process has been […]

3D printing news Sliced, GKN Powder Metallurgy, Orbital ATK, 3MF and Duke University

Today’s edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, asks the following: How do you redirect sound with 3D printing? Will 3D printers ever find a place in mechanics’ shops? Are 3D printed hypersonic warheads viable? All this and more from Duke University, PostNord, GKN Powder Metallurgy and the 3MF consortium. Metamaterials, soluble supports and […]

oVert to scan over 20000 vertebrates for free download and 3D printing

The openVertebrate (oVert) project is scanning between 20,000 and 30,000 fluid-preserved vertebrate specimens from institutions across the US and making them freely available to 3D print on the MorphoSource platform, a platform hosted by Duke University. Funded by a US National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, oVert has brought together research institutions who will CT scan the specimens, […]

$10 sensor chip and 3D printed holders help produce 3D ultrasound images

Scientists at Duke and Stanford Universities have developed a device that can register a set of 2D ultrasound images as a single 3D simulation. Central to the device, which was prototyped using 3D printing, is a location sensing microchip produced at the cost of $10. It was inspired by the direction tracking devices within the Nintendo […]

3D Printing News Sliced: Duke, Mini, German RepRap, Prodways

This edition of the Sliced 3D printing news digest offers the latest stories from across medical and dental, design, research and business. Featured in this article: Torc2, Smartee Denti-Technology, CONICET, National University of La Plata, Duke University, Maya Varma, C3 Ventures, Michele Lizzit’s $12 3D printer, the Instagif camera, Mini, USC Viterbi, the University of Southampton, […]

Neue Designmöglichkeiten für drahtlose Kommunikationsgeräte mittels FDM-Verfahren

Forschern der Duke University ist es erstmals gelungen, elektromagnetische Metamaterialien mithilfe des Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), auf Basis eines elektrisch leitfähigen Materials herzustellen. Metamaterialien sind künstlich hergestellte Strukturen, deren Durchlässigkeit für elektrische und magnetische Felder von der in der Natur üblichen abweicht. Es können also Eigenschaften produziert werden, die nicht in der Natur vorkommen wie […]

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3D printing news Sliced: EOS, EnvisionTEC, Sciaky, Duke University

Today’s edition of 3D printing news Sliced for quick digestion features 3D design workshops and competitions; turtles; the latest from EOS; Multiply Labs; a 3D printed …