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ADAPT Consortium Looks to the Future of Additive Manufacturing
MIT’s new initiative brings together manufacturers, 3D printing companies, academics
Protolabs and Wohlers Associates Team Up for Immersive Course on Design for Additive Manufacturing
The event comes after the digital manufacturer's recent initiatives with GE Additive and MIT that focus on advancing 3D printing.
ADAPT Consortium Looks to the Future of Additive Manufacturing
MIT’s new initiative brings together manufacturers, 3D printing companies, academics
MIT Develops Faster 3D Printhead
Researchers also announce biorenewable cellulose printing material
3D Printing Goes Tiny with Implosion Fabrication
MIT researchers have come up with a 3D print process to create complex, high-definition objects by shrinking them.
DE News Roundup: November 2, 2018
MIT launches online experiment to add human perspective on AI training for self-driving cars, Hexagon buys Bricsys, known for DWG-compatible BricsCAD, ANSYS launches new app store, and more.
BMW, MIT Collaborate on Inflatable 3D Printing
MIT is working with automaker BMW to create a 3D-printed inflatable materials that can self-transform and morph into different states.
MIT Prints Shape-Shifting Soft ‘Bots
MIT engineers have joined the shape-shifting robot fray with 3D-printed structures that can change shape and move using magnetism. Researchers at MIT have 3D printed soft robots that can move or change shape when exposed to a magnetic field. The...
ColorMod: A 3D Print of a Different Color
MIT researchers have come up with a technology – ColorMod – that would allow users to repeatedly change the color of a 3D-printed object after it is fabricated.
HPC Heroes Put Data to Work
Machine learning, computer vision and data analytics are helping to boost disaster response capabilities.
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Petaflop Performance
MIT Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center unveils Intel-based Dell EMC system to accelerate the nations’ research needs.
MIT Accelerates Liquid Printing
It’s fast, and there are no particular limits to the size of the object that can be created.
Morphing Wing Design Lays Groundwork for Soft Robotics
MIT/NASA collaboration on a flexible aircraft wing structure showcases the potential of digital materials and advanced manufacturing techniques for soft robotics applications.
MIT 3D Graphene Material Opens Up Lightweighting Possibilities
The strength targets achieved via the usual geometric configuration opens the door to using a similar process to create other lightweight, strong materials.
MIT Foundry Simplifies Multi-Material Design
The new MIT Foundry solution makes it easier to 3D print objects made from multiple materials.
Shape Memory Material Printing Advances
Researchers at MIT and SUTD have developed a way to print detailed objects out of shape memory material.



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