3D Graphene is a super strong material made from compressed and fused flakes of graphene, tested by MIT researchers using 3D printing.
3D printing features in series pilot of CBS drama Pure Genius. But 3D printed hearts are not the stuff of fiction; they’re being made already.
Students from Delft University of Technology have modfied a 3D printer to cast silicone for soft robotics in a process they call Ulticast.
Survivors of landmine blasts may soon benefit from 3D printed synthetic bone thanks to a £2.8m research grant at the University of Glasgow.
Disney Research has developed a method which means prints can balance as you intended by using embedded metal ball bearings.
MIT has developed “Programmable Viscoelastic Materials” which can be 3D printed to make soft skins and work as shock absorbers.
Need a new door handle? These “metamaterial mechanisms” developed at the Hasso-Plattner-Institut are functional objects without moving parts.