This 3D printed hovering robotic insect called “ornithopter” is a project from the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory It was made using an EDEN260V 3D printer from Objet and FullCure 720 Transparent Materials. The ornithopter weight only 3.89 grams. It’s powered by a GM14 motor and lightweight lithium-based batteries that allows it to hover unthetered for about 85 seconds. The wings are made of a polythene...Read More
3D printing is better than traditional manufacturing techniques in the field of complex geometries, mass customization, integrated assemblies and engineering redesign. Review our 18 case studies in this ebook to better understand why 3D printing is unstoppable in these areas.
Plastics: polyamide, ABS, TPU, along with resins or metals including:stainless steel, aluminum, and gold are all materials that are now available for 3D printing. They require using different manufacturing methods: powders, filaments, pellets, granules or liquid resins. Discover in our ebook which technology is used for each material.
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35% of job postings for engineers require a degree from a College or University. But a few schools are now offering training in this field. Discover the best Universities offering training for engineers hoping to work in the field of 3D printing and materials development. It’s all covered in this ebook.
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