Formalloy releases L-series LMD metal printer featuring Blue Wavelength laser technology

California-based 3D metal printer manufacturer Formalloy have released their Lab Series (L-series) metal printer, which uses its own patented Laser Metal Deposition technology together with a blue laser technology developed by Nuburu. Formalloy’s metal printers are used mainly in industrial pa...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Electric vehicles to get more mileage with TU Chemnitz 3D printed motors

Johannes Rudolph and Fabian Lorenz of the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany have developed a unique multimaterial 3D printing process for making electric motors. The goal of the technique is to create motors with a greater overload capacity, so that electric powered machines and devices can ...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

3D printing news Sliced MX3D, Blackbird Robotics, EOS, colorFabb and ONO

Today’s 3D printing news Sliced features developments in medicine, design, materials and business from: Omegasonics, NuVasive, Stryker, UC Davis, Nuvotronics, MX3D, Eclectical Engineering, Plumen, Carpenter, EOS, Institute of Ceramic Technology, colorFabb, Palermo Astronomical Observatory, Tit...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Fraunhofer IWU and CMS partner to make mega 5 axis 3D printer hybrid

The Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology (Fraunhofer IWU) in Chemnitz, Germany, has entered into a partnership with Italian machine center makers CMS to research and develop a new hybrid CNC milling 3D printer. Operating beyond the bounds of typical XYZ directional 3D prin...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

3D printing brings robotics closer to real life with synthetic muscle

Scientists have invented a 3D printed synthetic muscle that can lift up to 1000 times its own weight. In a paper published earlier this week, Aslan Miriyev, Kenneth Stack and Hod Lipson from Columbia University describe an new actuator which mimics the expansion and contraction of human muscle. ...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

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