Inexpensive 3D printers can make engineering prototypes, not just action figurines and fidget spinners.
A December 3rd Machine Design-hosted live webinar sponsored by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing
Biomedical engineers take a major step toward 3D printing skin grafts.
Quickly and easily isolating cancer cells lets doctors fine-tune treatment for specific types of cancer.
Software accurately predicts deformations due to 3D printing and adjusts the part’s design to compensate for it.
A Machine Design-hosted live webinar on December 19th sponsored by COMSOL
Register to learn which industrial-grade materials fit your manufacturing needs--from prototypes to end-use parts.
Dosimeter could streamline medical care in case of a nuclear accident or dirty-bomb attack.
Our gallery highlights applications for connected smart devices and CAD technology.
Software designed lattices provide stiffness and light weight when they’re not supposed to.