additive manufacturing

Rather than carving a geometric shape out of a big block of material, additive manufacturing builds the product layer by layer. We report on the research and applications of 3D and 4D printing of devices and equipment, and the bioprinting of biomaterials.

Voxel-based technique to streamline bioprinting

Voxel-based technique to streamline bioprinting

Researchers have developed a new bioprinting technique based on voxels.

3D printing and AI improve cochlear implants

3D printing and AI improve cochlear implants

3D printing and machine learning unite in new research to improve cochlear implants for users.

3D printing enables tissue with customized shape

3D printing enables tissue with customized shape

3D-printed chambers with personalized shapes will be used to grow transplantable tissue that can take the shape of a wound to be closed.

3D printing nanoresonators

3D printing nanoresonators

Researchers illustrated an innovative approach to developing miniaturized and multifunctional sensors.

3D printed copper components for linear accelerators

3D printed copper components for linear accelerators

For the first time, researchers have 3D printed essential quadrupole components for linear accelerators from pure copper.

4D printing: heat shrinks printed objects

4D printing: heat shrinks printed objects

4D printing could be used to produce parts that exhibit a specific behavior only after they take their predefined shape.

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