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Nano-Ops is commercialising an automated wafer-based process and fab-in-a-box based on the directed assembly technology which can 'print' features down to 20nm. Here, In the first step a pattern is first etched into a template wafer.

Additive and high-throughput nanoscale multi-layer printing materials and devices on any substrate?

When we choose what to buy, we usually look at the expiration date, brand, quality seals, ingredients, and price. But how do you know if the manufacturer is fully honest – or that the product was properly stored during shipping or while on the shelf?

Smart Packaging Explained

If you are printing with engineering-grade FFF materials, it is very likely that you need to dry your filaments before using them. This article will give an overview of your filament drying options, as well as their advantages, and their drawbacks!

Drying your FDM filaments, and keeping them dry: An overview

An inline filament dryer that dries hygroscopic filament on demand fast and effortlessly.

How to dry hygroscopic filaments really fast

Whether you are a hobbyist or an expert, most of your projects need materials that are strong and tough. With this article, we aim to compare the toughest 3D printing materials and provide you with an answer.

What is the strongest 3D printing material?

A team of EPFL engineers has developed a 3D-printing method that uses light to make objects out of opaque resin in a matter of seconds. Their breakthrough could have promising applications in the biomedical industry, such as to make artificial arteries.

Objects can now be 3D-printed in opaque resin

Tapis Magique is a pressure-sensitive, knitted electronic textile carpet that generates 3D sensor data based on body gestures and drives an immersive sonic environment in real time.

A choreomusical e-textile interactive carpet

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is commonly known as “static electricity.” These discharges occur when an electric charge is built up then transferred to another object, often accompanied by a visible spark. This can cause product defects or lead to unsafe circumstances.

ESD-safe materials: A beginner's guide

Ford and HP are collaborating to use waste/unused 3D printing powder from companies like SmileDirectClub to make better fuel-line caps while eliminating material waste

Ford And HP Partner To Recycle 3D Printer Waste

The disruptive versatility of 3D printing technologies provides aerospace and defense companies with stronger, lighter, and more cost-effective design solutions than more traditional manufacturing methods.

Additive Manufacturing Is Going to Help Aerospace Engineers Get to Mars

Fibrous proteins such as collagen and fibrinogen form a thin solid layer on the surface of an aqueous solution similar to the “skin” that forms on warm milk, according to a team of Penn State Researchers, who believe this finding could lead to more efficient bioprinting and tissue engineering.

Fibrous protein finding may lead to improved bioprinting, tissue engineering

Rutgers engineers’ invention can become color-changing ‘artificial muscle’

3D-Printed Smart Gel Changes Shape When Exposed to Light

Stereolithography (SLA), Digital Light Processing (DLP), and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) are 3 different types of 3D resin printing.

What Is 3D Resin Printing

Which 3D printing material should you choose?

Glass vs. carbon fiber composites

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