TU Wien develops method by which tailored, tough polymers can be made at high resolution for 3D printing

TU Wien develops method by which tailored, tough polymers can be made at high resolution for 3D printing

The Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien) in Austria has developed a new approach for high-resolution 3D printing of tailored, homogenously crosslinked, tough, methacrylate-based photopolymers. Continue reading “TU Wien develops method by which tailored, tough polymers can be made at high resolution for 3D printing”

3D Printed ‘Cool Bricks’ Can Cool an Entire Room Using Water

Using 3D printing technology, Emerging Objects has come up with a solution which may be able to greatly reduce the use of air conditioning systems in these hot dry climates. The device, which is called the “Cool Brick” has the ability to cool off an entire room simply by using the most abundant compound found on Earth — water. Continue reading “3D Printed ‘Cool Bricks’ Can Cool an Entire Room Using Water”

E-Appliance: EnvisionTEC Announces Release of New 3D Printing Material for Orthodontics

Lately 3D printing and the dental industry go together like peanut butter and jelly—and with strides being made one after another for 3D printing technology and materials in areas like dentures, different orthodontics, surgical procedures, and implants, you can be assured with innovations for the dental field, Continue reading “E-Appliance: EnvisionTEC Announces Release of New 3D Printing Material for Orthodontics”

Food 3D printer could end people’s reliance on mass-produced food (VIDEO)

The future of home cooking could reside within a 3D printer in peoples’ kitchens. That is if Natural Machines succeeds with the development of its microwave oven-sized food 3D printer. As one of the most exciting areas of innovation, 3D printing has captured the minds of many as a potential game changer for the way we consume, and even produce, household items. Continue reading “Food 3D printer could end people’s reliance on mass-produced food (VIDEO)”

Technologies of Tomorrow: 3D Printing & Wearable Tech

Wearable technology is the name given to clothing or accessories that incorporate digital elements, whether practical or for purely aesthetic reasons. The famous Google Glass technology is one example but things such as smartwatches or the coyly named CuffLinc, which contains a tiny wireless device allowing users to send signals to their contacts at the touch of a button, are becoming more and more common. Continue reading “Technologies of Tomorrow: 3D Printing & Wearable Tech”