Category Archives: Digital Light Processing

Chinese scientists conduct ceramic 3D printing tests for off-world construction

Scientists at the Technology and Engineering Center for Space Utilization of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) have successfully completed an experiment to 3D print ceramic parts containing lunar dust under microgravity. Using Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology on board the Airbus ZERO-G parabolic flight aircraft run by Novespace of Switzerland. The 3D printing experiment further explores […]

Interview: Carbon cuts through the hype with new FDA approved dental materials

Carbon’s new 3D printable DENTCA resins have been released with approval from the FDA. As materials for dentistry, DENTCA Denture Base II and DENTCA Denture Teeth resins, are subject to an exception in FDA certification that typically would not pass certification on 3D printer materials. In this interview with Steven Pollack, Senior Staff Research Scientist at Carbon, 3D […]

XYZprinting unveils Nobel Superfine DLP printer at TCT 2017

After previews earlier in the year at CES 2017, Taiwanese 3D technology developer XYZprinting has released the Nobel Superfine 3D printer. This latest machine using digital light processing (DLP) technology focuses on delivering high resolution, a wide range of materials, compact housing and high processing speed. High resolution resin printing DLP technology is different to […]

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, …

Georgia Tech researchers use salt to 3D print bone-like and conductive components in DLP

Research from the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta, demonstrates a method combining 3D printing …

Neuer Erfolg im Bioprinting – Forscher drucken Blutgefäße

Forscher aus der Universität von Kalifornien, San Diego haben erfolgreich ein 3D-gedrucktes  Modell der menschlichen  Funktionsblutgefäße  entworfen.  Diese Konstruktion kann in Zukunft möglicherweise  für Transplantationen eingesetzt werden. Fast alle Gewebe und Organe brauchen Blutgefäße, um zu überleben, denn sie  sind wichtig  für den Transport von Blut, Nährstoffen und Abfällen durch den menschlichen Körper. Leider gibt […]

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Makex startet Kickstarter-Kampagne für M-One DLP 3D-Drucker – Update

Das chinesische Unternehmen Makex will demnächst einen DLP 3D-Drucker mit dem Namen M-One bei Kickstarter präsentieren. Das sogenannte Digital Light Processing (DLP)

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ECN nutzt neue DLP Technologie für den 3D-Druck mit Metallen

Dank einer neuen Technik, die vom Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) entwickelt wurde, können nun mehr Metalle für den 3D-Druck verwendet werden. Das ECN und Partner haben eine neue Digital Light Processing basierende Technologie (DLP) für den 3D-Druck mit keramischen Materialien entwickelt. Tests haben gezeigt, dass diese Technologie ebenfalls für das Drucken mit […]

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New Technology Allows More Metals to Be Used in 3D Printing

(Microfabricator) A technique developed by the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) will enable more metals to be used in 3D printing. ECN and its partners have developed a Digital Light Processing-based technology (DLP) for 3D printing ceramic materials, and tests have shown that this technology can also be used for printing metals, providing a higher-quality alternative to existing 3D metal-shaping techniques. The advantage of this technology is that the material is constructed in a superior way, which — in contrast to existing, universally used 3D technologies — does not involve melting the metals. This will result in well-compacted, homogeneous and, therefore, high-grade materials.

The market is already showing a lot of interest in various metals and metal alloys that can be used under extreme conditions and in high-vacuum environments. The DLP technology offers new possibilities for high-tech sectors, in particular, because machine parts can now be produced that were not possible in the past. This can involve a multiplicity of metals and metal alloys.

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