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3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2020
A 3D Printed Brain Could Make it Easier to Find Cancer Treatments

A 3D Printed Brain Could Make it Easier to Find Cancer Treatments

Glioblastoma is the deadliest form of brain tumor—less than 10 percent of people who are diagnosed with it will survive more than five years. A group of researchers has devised a new way to study this rapidly spreading cancer, using a three-dimensional structure made of an agglomeration of human brain cells and biomaterials.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 3, 2020
Routes to 3D Electronics: Assessment of Technologies and Applications

Routes to 3D Electronics: Assessment of Technologies and Applications

Metallization of 3D surfaces is a growing field with diverse applications. In this article, we briefly discuss some techniques and applications thereof. More specifically, we discuss and critically benchmark laser direct structuring, aerosol, 3D printed electronics, two-shot molding and In-Mold Electronics.
Press Release
Karmen Turns Common 3D Printers Into Smart Ones

Karmen Turns Common 3D Printers Into Smart Ones

A revolutionary blend of cloud service and a hardware controller by Czech engineers brings an open source solution for remote management and monitoring of 3D printers to everyone's doorstep.
Press Release
Triton and Titomic to Collaborate

Triton and Titomic to Collaborate

Titomic Limited has entered into a strategic partnership with Triton Systems Inc to implement Titomic's Kinetic Fusion capabilities for validation through R&D projects with the US Department of Defense.
Press Release
Y Soft Contributes Face Shields Towards Fighting COVID-19

Y Soft Contributes Face Shields Towards Fighting COVID-19

To help address the lack of protective equipment for doctors and other workers who are exposed to the risk of viral infection on a daily basis Y Soft Corporation is using its 3D printers to produce protective face shields and binder strips for hospitals across the world.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 6, 2020
3D Printed Soft, Rubbery Brain Implants

3D Printed Soft, Rubbery Brain Implants

Engineers are working on developing soft, flexible neural implants that can gently conform to the brain's contours and monitor activity over longer periods, without aggravating surrounding tissue. Such flexible electronics could be softer alternatives to existing metal-based electrodes designed to monitor brain activity, and may also be useful in brain implants that stimulate neural regions to ease symptoms of epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and severe depression.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 2, 2020
Creating Food Perception Illusions using Food 3D Printing

Creating Food Perception Illusions using Food 3D Printing

Food 3D printing enables the creation of customized food structures based on a person's individual needs. Researchers have explored the use of food 3D printing to create perceptual illusions for controlling the level of perceived satiety given a defined amount of calories.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 7, 2020
3D Printed Sensors Could Make Breath Tests for Diabetes Possible

3D Printed Sensors Could Make Breath Tests for Diabetes Possible

The production of highly sensitive sensors is a complex process: it requires many different steps and the almost dust-free environment of special cleanrooms. A research team has now developed a procedure to produce extremely sensitive and energy-efficient sensors using 3D printing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 3, 2020
IDTechEx TVPrinting Complex Cellulose Based Objects

Printing Complex Cellulose Based Objects

Researchers have set a new world record: they 3D printed complex objects with higher cellulose content than that of any other additively manufactured cellulose-​based parts. To achieve this, they used a clever trick.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 1, 2020
Eye Blinking on-a-Chip

Eye Blinking on-a-Chip

A new approach could lead to 'cornea-on-a-chip' devices that more accurately test the effects of drugs on the human eye.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2020
A 3D Printed Brain Could Make it Easier to Find Cancer Treatments

A 3D Printed Brain Could Make it Easier to Find Cancer Treatments

Glioblastoma is the deadliest form of brain tumor—less than 10 percent of people who are diagnosed with it will survive more than five years. A group of researchers has devised a new way to study this rapidly spreading cancer, using a three-dimensional structure made of an agglomeration of human brain cells and biomaterials.
Press Release
Karmen Turns Common 3D Printers Into Smart Ones

Karmen Turns Common 3D Printers Into Smart Ones

A revolutionary blend of cloud service and a hardware controller by Czech engineers brings an open source solution for remote management and monitoring of 3D printers to everyone's doorstep.
Press Release
Y Soft Contributes Face Shields Towards Fighting COVID-19

Y Soft Contributes Face Shields Towards Fighting COVID-19

To help address the lack of protective equipment for doctors and other workers who are exposed to the risk of viral infection on a daily basis Y Soft Corporation is using its 3D printers to produce protective face shields and binder strips for hospitals across the world.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 2, 2020
Creating Food Perception Illusions using Food 3D Printing

Creating Food Perception Illusions using Food 3D Printing

Food 3D printing enables the creation of customized food structures based on a person's individual needs. Researchers have explored the use of food 3D printing to create perceptual illusions for controlling the level of perceived satiety given a defined amount of calories.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 3, 2020
IDTechEx TVPrinting Complex Cellulose Based Objects

Printing Complex Cellulose Based Objects

Researchers have set a new world record: they 3D printed complex objects with higher cellulose content than that of any other additively manufactured cellulose-​based parts. To achieve this, they used a clever trick.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 3, 2020
Routes to 3D Electronics: Assessment of Technologies and Applications

Routes to 3D Electronics: Assessment of Technologies and Applications

Metallization of 3D surfaces is a growing field with diverse applications. In this article, we briefly discuss some techniques and applications thereof. More specifically, we discuss and critically benchmark laser direct structuring, aerosol, 3D printed electronics, two-shot molding and In-Mold Electronics.
Press Release
Triton and Titomic to Collaborate

Triton and Titomic to Collaborate

Titomic Limited has entered into a strategic partnership with Triton Systems Inc to implement Titomic's Kinetic Fusion capabilities for validation through R&D projects with the US Department of Defense.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 6, 2020
3D Printed Soft, Rubbery Brain Implants

3D Printed Soft, Rubbery Brain Implants

Engineers are working on developing soft, flexible neural implants that can gently conform to the brain's contours and monitor activity over longer periods, without aggravating surrounding tissue. Such flexible electronics could be softer alternatives to existing metal-based electrodes designed to monitor brain activity, and may also be useful in brain implants that stimulate neural regions to ease symptoms of epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and severe depression.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 7, 2020
3D Printed Sensors Could Make Breath Tests for Diabetes Possible

3D Printed Sensors Could Make Breath Tests for Diabetes Possible

The production of highly sensitive sensors is a complex process: it requires many different steps and the almost dust-free environment of special cleanrooms. A research team has now developed a procedure to produce extremely sensitive and energy-efficient sensors using 3D printing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 1, 2020
Eye Blinking on-a-Chip

Eye Blinking on-a-Chip

A new approach could lead to 'cornea-on-a-chip' devices that more accurately test the effects of drugs on the human eye.