A paper recently published in the Journal of Food Engineering demonstrated the feasibility of using defatted soybean flour (DSF) in a three-dimensional food printer (3DFP) to print food with desired quality and shape.
After four years of intensive research by the Netherlands Cancer Institute and the Dutch Mobius 3D Technology (M3DT), a titanium lower jaw was implanted for the first time in a head and neck cancer patient. The jaw was completely reconstructed based on the patient's 3D MRI & CT scans. The operation was successful.
Scientists from Belgium and France have published a paper investigating the use of post-infiltration to improve binder-jetted ceramic parts. Their research appears in the Journal of the European Ceramic Society.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the utility of phase transformation dynamics in the development of alloys for additive manufacturing (AM).
Writing in Energy & Buildings, a team of scientists from the University of Tehran in Iran have investigated the thermal performance of 3D printed buildings.
A paper recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing discussed the laser powder-bed-fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing (AM) technique for three-dimensional (3D) printing of high-quality molybdenum (Mo) components.
Manufacturing self-cleaning fabrics is a key focus of research in the textiles industry currently. Now, a new paper published in Polymers has investigated the control of microscopic features of self-cleaning textiles using common 3D printing technologies.
Engineers at Rutgers University have developed a technique for 3D printing large, complicated parts for a tenth of the price of existing approaches.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the controlling of the anisotropic behavior of 3D printed ceramic cores from the intralayer particle distribution to the interlayer pore growth.
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