June 5, 2018

Today we're 3D printing a line space array using Ag ink.

June 5, 2018

We've been working on other 3D printable PCB designs. This one is a design for a printable Webmos sensor.

June 24, 2017

In posts of the past, we’ve covered an assortment of topic related to 3D printing, 3D rapid prototyping, and 3D printer uses. We’ve looked at bio-printing organs, printable electronics and the world of automobiles and transportation, bees and 3D printing, and before th...

May 17, 2017

There have been more than a few interesting 3D printed objects printed by people all around the world. The field of 3D printing touches many different fields: biology, electronics, engineering, and physics just to name a few. But 3D printing is becoming increasingly re...

March 1, 2017

In the previous installments of this three part series on 3D printing, Printable Electronics, and the automotive industry, we’ve discussed some of the revolutionary 3D printing uses which various innovators and companies have developed over the years. We’ve seen modern...

March 1, 2017

In Review

In our previous installment, we explored some of the 3D manufacturing initial advancements within the automotive industry. We talked about how in 2013 the very first CAD file for a functional and printable handgun was released by a group called Defense Distrib...

March 1, 2017

What if you could 3D print complex objects that aren’t just re-hashes of common household helpers like a printed toothpaste squeezer or a door-holding latch? Don’t get us wrong, those items serve their purpose and are fun, but what really gets us excited here at Nano3D...

February 28, 2017

Over the last eight years or so, 3D printing techniques and processes have developed at an expansive rate, due to a grouping of patents expiring in 2009. The industry has seen advances in liquid-based technology, powder-based technology, and the “Holy Grail” of additiv...

February 24, 2017

3D printing may have been around for longer than you think. Back in 2009 (almost ten years ago!), the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) patents expired. Prices for FDM printers fell from $10,000 to to sub-$1,000 prices. Subsequently, 3D printing essentially went “viral”,...

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