Category Archives: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

3D printing news Sliced DNA, drag racing, AI and the Army

Today in our 3D printing news digest Sliced –  how to improve 3D printers with AI, additive manufacturing for F1 success, and the DNA printers potentially coming soon to lab near you. Time lapse of a new ceramic 3D printer from WASP. Clip via WASP Team on YouTube DNA printing and those all-important bile ducts… A new […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

Berkeley Lab develops 3D printed water with flexible electronic potential

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have 3D printed liquid structures using a modified Qidi X-one 3D printer. The researchers say the novel technique has a number of potential applications in areas such as flexible “liquid electronics,” medical research and chemical synthesis. Modifying the X-one 3D printer The 3D printed threads […]

Berkeley Lab develops 3D printed water with flexible electronic potential

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have 3D printed liquid structures using a modified Qidi X-one 3D printer. The researchers say the novel technique has a number of potential applications in areas such as flexible “liquid electronics,” medical research and chemical synthesis. Modifying the X-one 3D printer The 3D printed threads […]