Research

New academic partnership reflects LafargeHolcim’s ongoing vision for construction 3D printing

 LafargeHolcim partners with Southeast University in Nanjing, China, where it is sponsoring research into concrete and mortars for on-site 3D printing. The...

MorphSensor automatically turns electronic designs into 3D models

Despite the advancements of 3D printing, it remains a challenge to manufacture electronic components. The manufacturing of parts that would embed sensors,...

Rubanmaster launches the First 3-in-1 SLA 3D Printer, Laser Engraver and Cutter

3D printing enthusiasts Rubanmaster have combined the capabilities of SLA 3D printing with the versatility of laser engraving and cutting in an...

New composites additive manufacturing study marks the launch of 3dpbm Research

Our media colleagues from 3dpbm have launched 3dpbm Research, a market research and consultancy unit dedicated to additive manufacturing.

Advances across the 3D printing industry are projecting the disruption afoot

The 3D printing industry is primarily divided into printer manufacturers, material developers, and software platform providers. The significant investment in research &...

3D printed ‘invisible’ fibres can help make devices which can ‘smell, hear and touch’

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have explored a new potential of 3D printing for health monitoring, Internet of Things and biosensing...
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