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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on June 14, 2024

3D Printing Metal: How Does It Work?

These high-precision printers melt metallic powders into functional prototypes and ready-for-use parts.

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Anne Pauley Anne Pauley
Updated on June 12, 2024

Top 4 Use Cases for 3D Printing in Product Development

Manufacturing teams are constantly seeking ways to accelerate and refine product development, especially in the competitive world of big tech. Additive manufacturing provides one such route.

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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on June 06, 2024

10 Examples of 3D-Printed Houses

3D-printed houses can be made in a matter of hours at a fraction of the cost of conventional construction methods.

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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on May 31, 2024

7 Types of 3D Printers to Know

These new-age additive manufacturing methods have permanently changed production lifecycles for good.

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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on May 30, 2024

Stereolithography (SLA): What It Is, How It Works

This 3D-printing technique uses photopolymer resins to fabricate everything from dentures to aircraft parts.

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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on May 03, 2024

3D-Printed Organs: Are We Close?

Experts say it could be a couple decades before we can additively manufacture usable hearts and lungs.

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Brooke Becher Brooke Becher
Updated on May 03, 2024

What Is 3D-Printed Meat?

Lab-to-table meat cuts built layer by layer that replicate the real thing.

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Todd Shepherd Todd Shepherd
Updated on April 25, 2024

Upgrade Your Skills by Learning 3D

Jumping into the world of 3D, from animation to printing, has never been easier than it is now. Get started, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how useful your new skills are.

Nick O'Brien Nick O'Brien
Updated on April 22, 2024

4 Key Lessons From Launching a Physical Product in a Digital Era

When COVID upended everyday life, we saw an opportunity to make a difference. In the process, we learned a lot about what it takes to get a company off the ground during a worldwide pandemic.

Jeff Link Jeff Link
Updated on April 19, 2024

Architects Are 3D Printing Protective Gear for Healthcare Workers

In the absence of a clear alternative, architects, engineers, and university students are racing to fill the protective gear gap.