Printing bricks from moondust using the sun's heat
Bricks have been 3-D printed out of simulated moondust using concentrated sunlight – proving in principle that future lunar colonists could one day use the same approach to build settlements on the moon.
Cutting-Edge 3D Scanner Will Digitize You More Realistically Than Ever Before | Digital Trends
Fraunhofer Institute has developed a 3D scanner which can take high-res 3D images at a rate of 36 per second.
Tiny 3D Printed Lens to Transform Optics
Researchers at Stuttgart University in Germany have used 3D printing to fabricate a high-performance optical lens the size of a grain of salt.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Refines 3D Printing for Rocket Engines
ENGINEERING.com speaks to Jay Littles, Director of Advanced Launch Vehicle Propulsion at Aerojet Rocketdyne, about its use of 3D printing.
#Asia #China The future is now: Printing your breakfast with DeFacto
// 3D printed cake on display (Image credit: DeFacto) Amidst the innovation boom in China, high-technology such as AI, VR/AR, and 3D printing may sound far fetched. However, when we twist the angle a little bit—i.e. let’s talk about food … Continue reading →