For FELIXprinters set to unveil novel high-temperature 3D printing machines

FELIXprinters set to unveil novel high-temperature 3D printing machines

FELIXprinters, a Dutch 3D printer maker is getting ready to unveil a novel set of high-temperature 3-dimensional printers in the subsequent few weeks. The latest mechanism builds on the firm’s present Pro L and XL 3D printing programs. However, it features a higher temperature capacity, providing broader material adaptability. FELIXprinters states that the 3D printers…

For Researchers created a 3-dimensional neuromuscular structure in rat

Researchers create a 3-dimensional neuromuscular structure in rat

The University of Illinois researchers utilized the additive manufacturing procedure called stereolithography. They utilized it to polymerize hydrogel formations. This is a section of engineering the first completely working 3D neuromuscular composition in the world.  The 3D-printed neuromuscular composition was linked to a section of a neonatal spinal cord of a rat. The experts had…

For Welsh technicians make wheelchair head supports using utilizing AM

Welsh technicians make wheelchair head supports using utilizing AM

A group of experts from Morriston Hospital, Cardiff Metropolitan University, and Swansea University has suggested a technique of additive manufacturing highly-customizable light head braces for users of wheelchairs.  The researchers marked their design versus a well-known commercially accessible head brace in a fight of mechanical muscle experimenting and the outcomes show the value of additive…

For ADDMIO unveils AM for entrepreneurs course online

ADDMIO unveils AM for entrepreneurs course online

ADDMIO, an additive manufacturing e-learning firm based in the Netherlands will unveil its premiere tutorial course today. The course is called 3D Printing for Entrepreneurs.  The course is completely based online. It summarizes 5 years of experience in the additive manufacturing sector store floor in three days. Addmio founder, Robin Huizing sought to make the…

For UCLA experts create an efficient way to 3D printing electronics

UCLA experts create an efficient way to 3D printing electronics

A group of experts from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has devised a considerably faster technique of creating additively manufactured electronics. The latest strategy is almost 5X faster than traditional methods. It has the capacity to develop the applications of 3D printing in consumer electronics like advanced prosthetics, antennas, metamaterials, and soft robotics. …