Thanks to Michael Molitch-Hou at 3D Printing Industry who envisions i3DP applications within the field of medicine, "allowing for the development of biomedical components that resist bacteria or other unwanted environmental hazards." Read the whole article HERE
In this feature article from the November 22, 2013 issue of Phy.org, Dr Jun Yang discusses how the i3DP process works.
Adaptive material for increasing complex 3D printing 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has come a long way from its humble beginnings of producing simple plastic parts. Today 3D printing is used to produce increasingly complex functional components, including mechanisms, and electronics. It is now evolving from a prototyping technology into a full production technique. As the demands on 3D printers become more complicated, it is important that 3D printing materials become more adaptive and functional. The challenge is to develop materials that can be the basis for printing many different types of complex products. Inspired by nature People have been...
After many requests, we are happy to officially release our Standard 3D Printing resin. Available in a variety of colours, this tough material is suitable for a wide variety of SLA & DLP printers. Designed for fine details, it is strong and durable, and contains no VOCs. These materials are formulated to build high-definition prototypes suitable for design realization and production. You can find our standard resins in our shop.