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Desktop 3D printers are immensely useful in a machine shop, but can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ultrafine particles (UFPs) that are harmful to humans. Here are some guidelines to install and operate them safely. When I began reporting on additive manufacturing (AM) just five years ago, I quickly learned about the dangers of metal 3D printing, from the combustible materials to the risks from inert gas leakages. Working with powdered metal is no joke, which is why operators are often pictured in full PPE including respirator, fire-resistant jacket and nitrile gloves. If you ask one of these folks about safety, they’ll likely point out facility features like specialized fire extinguishers, spark-resistant flooring and air quality monitoring systems. There’s a considerable ...
Relese time: 2020 - 07 - 22
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The potential uses for unique self-healing materials are numerous, varying from fixing cell phone screens and other electronics to repairing cartilage and other biomedical applications. Now, a team of student and faculty researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering have created 3D printable, self-healing rubber materials that could be used to fix cracked toys, electronics, soft robotics, tires, and even the sole of your shoe.
Relese time: 2019 - 02 - 28
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A machine learning tool is being developed by Purdue University to increase the accuracy in additive manufacturing. The resulting research could increase precision and reduce testing time.
Relese time: 2019 - 02 - 21
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3D printing has been around for decades but has experienced a surge of popularity in recent years. The beauty of 3D printing is that it’s a simple technology that can be applied to all sorts of fields. It’s lowered the barrier for anyone to design and create and opened up opportunities to streamline processes already in place.
Relese time: 2019 - 02 - 13
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Additive manufacturing (AM) technologies offer a range of advantages for the wind industry. The following examples show that implementation is possible, and even recommended, for a more market-competitive energy supplier. Once the technologies are more developed, reliable and standardized, the supplier chains will be reduced and the production could be more localized, reducing the transportation times and costs, allowing the implementation of AM in the wind industry.
Relese time: 2019 - 02 - 11
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At a rapidly growing rate, the medical industry continues to recognise the added value of additive manufacturing (AM or 3D Printing) for a vast range of medical applications. AM is now used in the development of new surgical cutting and drill guides, orthopedic implants, and prosthetics as well as the creation of patient-specific replicas of bones, organs, and blood vessels. Medical uses for 3D printing also include creation of anatomical models, tissue and organ fabrication and pharmaceutical research regarding drug dosage forms, delivery, and discovery.
Relese time: 2019 - 01 - 21
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