The field of 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), is developing rapidly in both academic and industrial research environments. New materials and printing technologies, which enable rapid and multi-material printing, have given rise to new applications and utilizations.
The high resolution and the control at the voxel level (the 3D printing equivalent to the 2D pixel) that can be achieved using 3D printing based on photopolymeric materials has resulted in new implementations in various areas of advanced research from microfluidics to biomedical devices, from microstructures to functionally graded materials (FGM).
With 3D printing, faculty, researchers and students can explore concepts by redesigning everyday products to increase their performance and specifications. Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Medical and Computer Science departments use photopolymeric 3D printing to enhance their research programs and keep their edge.
Universities are 3D printing extensively for advanced research purposes, pushing the boundaries of new ideas with 3D printing features such as Liquid and Air Printing, Pause & Resume and Advanced Voxel Print by experimenting with the Stratasys PolyJet Research Package. Many Universities have already successfully used 3D printing for education in a number of projects, pushing the limits of their research. This incredibly versatile tool has the potential to revolutionize the way research is conducted.
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- What is voxel printing
- PolyJet 3D Printing Technology
- 3D Printing Microfluidics
- Case studies from Lancaster University, Singapore University of Technology and Design, and Department of Chemistry at Saint Louis University and the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan State University, and more.
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3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM) as it’s also known, offers multiple benefits for the…