Twelve researchers from Rice University, Houston, have used a 3D printing method to make a near-bulletproof material. The researchers discovered a way to print complex patterns in 3D to create plastic items that are nearly as durable and as sturdy as a diamond.
While 3D printing is fantastic, it is slow. The task of printing a specific multilateral object with the size of the grapefruit might take 115 days. But this could soon be over thanks to the new technique. The technique supports printing, including up to eight different inks within a short time. This owes to the unique printheads that can smoothly change inks for up to fifty times in a second.
3d printed guns blueprints will no longer be published on the internet. This is after a Seattle federal judge overturned a ruling that allowed the publishing of the blueprints online.
After the achievement of the juicy-yet-meatless Impossible Burger and Greggs vegan sausage roll, there is a new food sensation. You could soon have 3D-printed chicken thighs and beef steaks.
Nano Dimension Limited, a first additive electronics announced on 23rd October 2019 that it has attained …