Archivi del mese: gennaio 2019

US Air Force installs first 3D printed titanium part on F-22 fighter aircraft

US Air Force installs first 3D printed titanium part on F-22 fighter aircraft
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The world’s most expensive fighter jet soon may be flying with parts made from a 3D printer.

January 21, 2019 at 09:04AM
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Researchers mimic lattice structures to create stronger 3D printed meta-crystal materials

Researchers mimic lattice structures to create stronger 3D printed meta-crystal materials
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In a collaborative study, researchers from Imperial College London and the University of Sheffield analyzed the lattice structures of 3D printed objects and compared them to the structure of a metallic single crystal. They found that the lattices follow metallurgical principles and replicate the monocrystalline structures of metals almost exactly

January 18, 2019 at 05:45PM
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Relativity Space gets Air Force approval to launch 3D printed rockets from Cape Canaveral

Relativity Space gets Air Force approval to launch 3D printed rockets from Cape Canaveral
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Los Angeles-based Relativity Space, a three-year-old start-up that aspires to build rockets using 3D printers, announced a contract Thursday with the U.S. Air Force to build and operate a launch facility at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

January 18, 2019 at 03:33PM
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Zero Waste Lab in Greece directly recycling waste plastic into 3D printed furniture

Zero Waste Lab in Greece directly recycling waste plastic into 3D printed furniture
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A Zero Waste Lab was just opened in Thessaloniki, Greece that directly recycles plastic into outdoor furniture. For the public, closing the plastic waste loop with direct recycling is one of the more compelling selling points of 3D printing as we all feel the guilt of our plastic waste.

January 18, 2019 at 01:16PM
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Researchers at Ghent University 3D print bridge with least amount of concrete

Researchers at Ghent University 3D print bridge with least amount of concrete
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There is currently a lot of interest from investors and commercial developers in the 3D printing of architectural components, so when researchers want to demonstrate their construction-grade 3D printers, the go-to structure is a bridge.

January 17, 2019 at 04:55PM
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Carbon and Ford partner to 3D print durable, end-use parts

Carbon and Ford partner to 3D print durable, end-use parts
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Silicon Valley-based digital manufacturing company Carbon is set to partner with Ford in providing 3D printed polymer parts.

January 17, 2019 at 02:34PM
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TAHOE Boats builds first hull with Thermwood 3D printed tooling

TAHOE Boats builds first hull with Thermwood 3D printed tooling
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TAHOE Boats, part of White River Marine Group, the marine manufacturing arm of Bass Pro Shops, has announced its new and revolutionary T16 boat design engineered with families in mind.

January 17, 2019 at 02:06PM
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