A new chapter in 3D printing audio speakers has begun with the spread of consumer technologies: more and more people have been experimenting and creating their own designs and their own 3D printed models.
Swiss researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne have developed a way to 3D print microscopic structures with an optical fiber as thin as a human hair.
Formlabs announces two new biocompatible resins and a partnership with 3Shape. Both could simplify 3D printing for dentists everywhere.
Researchers at Waseda University have developed the 3D Chemical Melting Finishing (3D-CMF) process to improve the quality of resin-based FDM prints.
3D printer manufacturer Formlab adds three new materials to its lineup. "High Temp", "Durable" and "Tough" were made especially with engineers in mind.
New innovation in 3D printing takes inspiration from nature; 3D Cocooner copies spiders and caterpillars to spin threads into complex shapes.
In 3D printing the following year has always been greater than the previous one, only recently the enthusiasm has skyrocketed and reached the mainstream