Fast Complexity: ETH Zurich Combines Fast-Setting 3D Printed Concrete and Casting As a disruptive technology, 3D printing has been behind many positive transformations in major industries, from dental and medical to aerospace and far beyond; however, the construction industry is… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/3gIP9GE

Sculpteo Now Officially Part of BASF, an Interview with Clément Moreau With a market cap of $52B, German chemical giant BASF is near the top of the food chain within the 3D printing industry. It sits just below GE, with its… The post Sculpteo Now Officially Part of… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2ZexfWd

Dutch researchers successfully 3D print new type of antibacterial bone implant Researchers from the Delft University of Technology have designed and printed a porous titanium bone implant with antibacterial properties. Leveraging a novel biofunctionalization method called plasma electrolytic oxidation, the team was able to load the implant with strontium and silver nanoparticles, eradicating the notoriously resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria within 24 hours. The researchers believe the […] https://buff.ly/2O9cUeC

NYU Tandon researchers use machine learning to expose vulnerability behind 3D printed composites  Researchers from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering have successfully used Machine Learning (ML) tools to reverse engineer glass and carbon fiber 3D printed components.  By applying ML tools to CT scans of a 3D printed part, the NYU team were effectively able to “steal” the printing toolpaths behind its structural strength, flexibility, and […] https://buff.ly/3e74zTi

Interview: AMT and DTI on how they created new 3D printing food-contact applications “Food-contact applications are definitely a place where 3D printing will take a bigger piece of the cake, it’s only the tip of the iceberg for us with surface treatment. It’s a market that will grow a lot in the coming years, so there’s a big potential there.” That’s how Mads Østergaard, Team Manager at The […] https://buff.ly/2BITf2F

Bantam Tools Unveils Its First Desktop CNC Machine Three years after launching its first desktop milling product suited for rapid PCB prototyping, New York-based startup Bantam Tools announced on July 7 it was introducing a brand new desktop… The… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/3ehSOcx

Michigan Tech researchers invent open-source grinding machine for compression screw 3D printing Perennial 3D printing innovator and Professor at Michigan Technological University (MTU) Joshua Pearce, has teamed up with MTU colleague Jacob Franz, to create an open-source grinding machine for compression screw manufacturing.  Dr Pearce, who has consistently championed the advancement of open-source 3D printing, led the project, which yielded a low-cost, easily replicable open-source machine. Reportedly […] https://buff.ly/2O6SItE

Objectify and 3DPrint.com Partner to Launch Advanced Additive Manufacturing Webinar Series Under the Objectify AddMics (derived: Additive Academics) initiative—from India’s largest additive manufacturing bureau—Objectify Technologies joins hand with one of the most followed 3D printing… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2VZ4VVS

US Air Force & FSU Partner to Make Reinforced Ceramic for 3D Printed Sensors Scientists working together from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Florida State University (FSU) are enjoy the benefits of collaboration, as well as reaping the rewards of discoveries… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2ZNXZff

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