Campden BRI have begun a research project to evaluate how 3D printing could benefit the food industry.
To keep rockets from getting too hot during the extreme temperatures of launch, insulation is essential — but it’s not always easy to fit it into a spacecraft’s cramped machinery.
GE Research is leading a $2.5 MM project through the Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (ARPA-E) High Intensity Thermal Exchange through Materials and Manufacturing Processes program (HITEMMP) to develop a high temperature, high pressure and super-compact heat exchanger enabled by additive manufacturing technology.
For the first time ever Israeli scientists have created a vascularized human heart that combines human tissue taken from a patient, using a 3D printer.
The University of South Australia is using a blend of icing sugar, chicken stock and flexible resin to create realistic foot ulcers as part of a world-first podiatric training initiative.
Silicon Valley company AREVO has announced a partnership with boutique bike manufacturer Franco Bicycles to deliver the world’s first 3D printed, continuous carbon fiber single-piece unibody frame for a new line of eBikes.
UAE building giant Arabtec Construction has teamed up with Robert Bird Group, American University of Dubai (AUD) and local firm 3Dvincy Creations, to establish the AUD Center for 3D concrete printing & digital construction.
One of the ways of making bioengineered tissues is to embed living cells within 3D printed structures. But one challenge has been organizing the cells in 3D bioprinted gels, so that the engineered tissue more closely mimics natural tissues.
German automobile manufacturer Audi AG is expanding the use of 3D printers in production. Custom-designed and locally printed auxiliary tools from the 3D printer help employees on the production lines.
Fashion brand COS has teamed up with French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani to present a large-scale 3D printed architectural installation made from renewable bioplastic bricks at this year’s Milan design week.