Category Archives: Hod Lipson

Leading additive manufacturing academics give insights into 2019 plans and review latest 3D printing research

3D printing experts from leading universities across the globe have given us an insight into what 2019 holds for additive manufacturing. 3D Printing Industry asked professors at universities including UC Berkeley, Cranfield University, University of Birmingham and Columbia University to tell us about some of the new additive manufacturing research developments and about the advances […]

3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750

3Dgedrucktes Holz Replikat 300x231 - 3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750

Forscher der Columbia University haben eine Methode entwickelt um ein Holzreplikat mit einem 3D-Drucker herzustellen. Das Replikat sieht dabei ähnlich aus wie Holz, an der Außenseite aber auch Innen. Eine kürzlich veröffentlichte Arbeit, von Forschern der Columbia University, beschreibt wie 3D-Druck eingesetzt werden kann um etwas zu erzeugen das genau wie echtes Holz aussieht. Dafür [...]

Der Beitrag 3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750 erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750

3Dgedrucktes Holz Replikat 300x231 - 3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750

Forscher der Columbia University haben eine Methode entwickelt um ein Holzreplikat mit einem 3D-Drucker herzustellen. Das Replikat sieht dabei ähnlich aus wie Holz, an der Außenseite aber auch Innen. Eine kürzlich veröffentlichte Arbeit, von Forschern der Columbia University, beschreibt wie 3D-Druck eingesetzt werden kann um etwas zu erzeugen das genau wie echtes Holz aussieht. Dafür [...]

Der Beitrag 3D-gedrucktes Holzrepliakt mit dem Stratasys J750 erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Columbia University engineers replicate wood texture using Stratasys J750 3D printer

Researchers at Columbia University, New York has shown a method to replicate the external and internal structure of wood using a 3D printer. With the help of imaging and color and voxel mapping techniques, engineers were able to mimic the unique texture of olive wood. Seeing inside wood Recently, an MIT study showed how a 3D […]

BOOK REVIEW Printing Architecture: Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello

Printing Architecture: Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing is the brainchild of Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, co-founders of 3D printing “make-tank” Emerging Objects. Published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2018, the book cites Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing (2012) by Columbia University Creative Machines Lab Director Hod Lipson, and Melba Kurman, author and faculty member at Singularity University, the text […]

BOOK REVIEW Printing Architecture: Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello

Printing Architecture: Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing is the brainchild of Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, co-founders of 3D printing “make-tank” Emerging Objects. Published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2018, the book cites Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing (2012) by Columbia University Creative Machines Lab Director Hod Lipson, and Melba Kurman, author and faculty member at Singularity University, the text […]

3D printing brings robotics closer to real life with synthetic muscle

Scientists have invented a 3D printed synthetic muscle that can lift up to 1000 times its own weight. In a paper published earlier this week, Aslan Miriyev, Kenneth Stack and Hod Lipson from Columbia University describe an new actuator which mimics the expansion and contraction of human muscle. The actuator can be attached to a skeletal structure to create […]

3D printing brings robotics closer to real life with synthetic muscle

Scientists have invented a 3D printed synthetic muscle that can lift up to 1000 times its own weight. In a paper published earlier this week, Aslan Miriyev, Kenneth Stack and Hod Lipson from Columbia University describe an new actuator which mimics the expansion and contraction of human muscle. The actuator can be attached to a skeletal structure to create […]

China’s 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance Visited Cornell University

(World3DAssociation) Members of China’s 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance visited Cornell University on April 24, where they discussed 3D printing with other experts. The members of the Chinese alliance communicated with Dr. Alan Pauu, vice provost of Cornell University, professor Hod Lipson and professor Lawrence Bonassar, among others. They introduced their research on bio-printing, industrial printing and other topics. Luo Jun, on behalf of China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance, introduced the current situation of China’s 3D printing industry. Both sides agreed to deepen the cooperation on advanced technologies, including 3D printing.

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