Researchers develop faster, more precise 3D-printing process
Multiplexed fused filament fabrication (MF3) is a faster, more precise 3D-printing technique developed by Rutgers University researchers.
Motion control helps keep 3D printing equipment in line
The success of additive manufacturing technology is often measured by the efficiency and reliability of the controls.
Software that doubles 3D printing speeds
Ulendo's software solution for printing parts compensates for vibrations without slowing down.
Developing a better way to do 3D printing
Engineers at Stanford and Harvard have laid the groundwork for a new 3D printing system that doesn’t require an object be printed from the bottom up.
3D-printing robot can make construction more sustainable
Cornell researchers have developed an industrial robot capable of 3D printing large-scale structures that could make the construction industry more efficient and sustainable.
Researchers develop 3D-printed shape memory alloys with superior superelasticity
Researchers from Texas A&M University showcased tensile superelasticity by fabricating a shape memory alloy through laser powder bed fusion.
First X-ray look at electron beam 3D-printing process
To study the electron beam powder bed fusion process, a team is using synchrotron X-ray imaging, diffraction with complementary thermal and visible light imaging.
Metal additive manufacturing projected to reach $18 billion by 2032
IDTechEx's report finds the metal additive manufacturing market will recover from COVID-19 and hit $18.5 billion by 2032.
3D-printing a robot from scratch
New 3D-printing approach melds solids, liquids
Smarter 3D printing makes better parts faster
University of Michigan researchers have found software for powder bed fusion printers optimizes laser's printing path. See video.