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Eureka articles

Stronger parts with plated 3D-printed plastic parts

Published: 19 January 2018

Proto Labs, the leading provider of technology-enabled, rapid manufacturing solutions, announces the extension of its in-house 3D-printing capabilities with the inclusion of specialist plating services for plastic parts built using Stereolithography (SL) or Selective Laser Sintering technology (SLS).

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VR allows scientists to 'walk through' brains

Published: 18 January 2018

Scientists from the Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering and the University of Geneva have developed virtual reality (VR) technology that lets them walk through images created by powerful microscopes.

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Millimetre-scale robot for use in microsurgery, microassembly and micromanipulation

Published: 18 January 2018

A team of scientists from Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has developed the milliDelta robot that is specifically designed to overcome the challenges posed by the miniaturisation of Delta robots to the millimetre scale.

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High-performance composites made via novel 3D printing technique

Published: 16 January 2018

A team of researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has demonstrated a novel 3D printing method that yields unprecedented control of the arrangement of short fibres embedded in polymer matrices. They used this additive manufacturing technique to program fibre orientation within epoxy composites in specified locations, enabling the creation of structural materials that are optimised for strength, stiffness, and damage tolerance.

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