Category Archives: Howon Lee

3D printed soft robot walks through water and straight to the heart of Rutgers research

From the video showing a new 3D printable material, you would be forgiven for thinking that Rutgers University–New Brunswick researchers have created life. Grabbing, dropping, brushing and walking across the frame, this 3D printed gel demonstrates the lifelike possibilities of soft robotics, and speaks volumes about the future of medtech. Living like the octopus Rutgers’ 3D printed […]

3D printed soft robot walks through water and straight to the heart of Rutgers research

From the video showing a new 3D printable material, you would be forgiven for thinking that Rutgers University–New Brunswick researchers have created life. Grabbing, dropping, brushing and walking across the frame, this 3D printed gel demonstrates the lifelike possibilities of soft robotics, and speaks volumes about the future of medtech. Living like the octopus Rutgers’ 3D printed […]

Rutgers 4D printing makes shapeshifting, drug delivering, soft robots

4D printing is method of 3D printing that allows an object to transform. In many cases, 4D printing has been used as a kind of “origami effect” where a flat, 3D printed net is tuned to fold into a three-dimensional object, such as a tulip. If scaled-up, the method could even make way for self-making flat […]

Micro-Stereolithography ermöglicht leichteste Materialien

Forscher des MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) und des Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) entwickeln Materialstrukturen im Nano-Bereich. Die Forscher Nicholas Fang und Howon Lee trafen Qi “Kevin” Ge, Christopher Spadaccini, Xiaoyu “Rayne” Zheng und acht Andere bei einem Meeting im LLNL. Dabei entstand die Idee kleinste Strukturen mittels 3D-Druck zu produzieren und somit stabilste Eigenschaften […]

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