Category Archives: National Institute of Standards and Technology

3D Printing News Sliced: Rocket Lab, David Bowie, Resident Evil 2

In this week’s Sliced, our 3D printing news digest, we take a look at the latest creative application using 3D printing, including further forays into 3D printed wearables, 3D printed transport, and how the 3D printing community is experimenting with virtual reality and portable 3D printers. Also included are the latest business developments from FDM […]

Die neue NIST-Methode misst die 3D-Polymerverarbeitung präzise

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Rezepte für den dreidimensionalen (3D-) Druck oder die additive Fertigung von Teilen erforderten ebenso viel Vermutungen wie die Wissenschaft. Bis jetzt. Harze und andere Materialien, die unter Licht zu Polymeren oder langen Molekülketten reagieren, sind für den 3D-Druck von Bauteilen von Architekturmodellen bis zu funktionierenden menschlichen Organen interessant. Es ist jedoch ein Rätsel, was mit [...]

Der Beitrag Die neue NIST-Methode misst die 3D-Polymerverarbeitung präzise erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

NIST probes SLA 3D printing to improve quality by the voxel

High resolution 3D printing is reaching new levels of quality thanks to a technique developed at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Using a very-high-resolution scanning probe, the NIST researchers were able to measure the exact moment when material cures in an SLA 3D printer. Using data gathered in this process, 3D printing […]

Additive manufacturing research review: defects, DfAM, post-processing and CLIP

Carbon‘s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 3D printed parts are put to the test. Design for Additive Manfuacturing (DfAM) training is explored at ETH Zürich. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) examines the effect of defects on the surface of 3D printed components. And Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers investigate the potential […]

Senvol granted $100k to ease additive manufacturing materials characterization

The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded Senvol, the largest online database of 3D printing systems and materials, a total sum of $99,946 for a project applying data analysis to additive manufacturing processes. The end goal of the project is to develop a tool that will increase the adoption rate of additive […]

Sigma Labs and NIST to characterize recycled powder in new 3D printing partnership

Sigma Labs, developer of PrinteRite3D quality inspection software, has entered a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The CRADA’s focus is to characterize and asses the impact of recycled powders used in Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) processes. The study is reportedly the first […]

Rolls Royce harnesses 10 billion suns to improve metal additive manufacturing

The quest to optimise metal 3D printing is now moving at light-speed in the UK. At the core of the research is a £260 million facility that has previously helped researchers to read the Dead Sea Scrolls, advance understanding of HIV and unwrap the complex 3D structure of protein receptors. Now the Diamond Light Source in Oxfordshire is helping […]

Report Highlights Risks 3D Printing Presents in Terms of Terrorist or Cyber Attacks

(3DPrint.com) — A recent report issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology highlights some of the risks that 3D printing could present in terms of vulnerability to outside attacks. In the report, the Department of Commerce reviews several ways that 3D printers could be used in an attack — to stifle manufacturing, cause… View Article

NIST förder Konsortium für 3D-Druck-Materialien mit 500.000 Dollar

Die US-Regierung hat Gefallen an 3D-Druck gefunden und fördert in den letzten Jahren massiv im Bereich Additive Manufacturing. So wurde 2012 u.a. die Initiative NAMII gegründet, die später auf “America Makes” umbenannt wurde. Nun wurde eine Förderung in der Höhe von 500.000 Dollar durch das National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) für das Consortium […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL NIST förder Konsortium für 3D-Druck-Materialien mit 500.000 Dollar