Monday, November 28, 2022

3-D printing

New developed technique allows 3-D printing of nanoscale metal structures

Synthesizing organic scaffolds that contain metal ions enables 3-D printing of metallic structures that are orders of magnitude smaller than previously possible. A team...

Changing the color of 3-D printed objects

3-D printing has made some amazing progress since the principal quick prototyping patent was dismissed in 1980. The innovation has developed from fundamental outlines...

Scientists Developed New 3-D printer, 10 Times Faster than Commercial Counterparts

MIT scientists have recently designed a new 3-D printer that could complete the task 10 times faster than commercial counterparts. It can print lego-sized bricks...

3D-Printed Device Builds Better Nanofibers

Lattices produced using fibers with nanometer-scale breadths have an extensive variety of potential applications. Be that as it may, their commercialization has been hampered by...

‘Peel-And-Go’ Printable Structures Fold Themselves

MIT scientists have recently developed a printable structure that folds themselves in 3D structure when heated or immersed in water. The biggest advantage of...

Developing Custom robots in a Matter of Minutes

Robotics is an area where a number of scientific fields meet. This fact already is a source of attraction for various scientists, engineers, and...

Designing the Microstructure of Printed Objects

The present 3-D printers have a determination of 600 dots for each inch. Means, they could pack a billion modest shapes of various materials...

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