Divergent Manufacturing

3D printing materials are revolutionized to fit various industries

Implications - Additive manufacturing has gone beyond its original purpose, and continues to grow as new materials are applied to the process, making it applicable to many industries. This radical approach to material used in the 3D printing process signifies a need to further develop the technology as it transitions to a commonplace tool.
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3D Bio-Printers - This Innovative Printer Can Make Full-Sized Body Parts
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3D Bio-Printers
This Innovative Printer Can Make Full-Sized Body Parts
There have been endless breakthroughs with 3D printing since the dawn of the 3D printer, but a 3D bio-printer is the latest innovation to surpass all the wonders of the aforementioned technology.... [More]
Woven Concrete Structures - Weave.X Was Built Through the Use of Computational Design
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This Year and Warm 1,408 Clicks Pub: Oct 24, 16
Woven Concrete Structures
Weave.X Was Built Through the Use of Computational Design
Weave.X is the final project for this year’s Architectural Association Summer DLAB program, a student architectural program that encourages experimental design. The structure, which was made... [More]
3D Printing Ceramic Studios - Kwambio's Eco-Friendly Facility Makes 3D-Printed Ceramics
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This Year and Warm 654 Clicks Pub: Sep 22, 16
3D Printing Ceramic Studios
Kwambio's Eco-Friendly Facility Makes 3D-Printed Ceramics
3D printing company Kwambio is setting itself apart from others in the additive manufacturing industry by setting up an eco-friendly factory in the Ukraine that specializes in the creation of 3D-... [More]
3D-Printed Algae Pots - This Eco Pot is Made from Kelp and a Biodegradable Polymer
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This Year and Warm 854 Clicks Pub: Aug 13, 16
3D-Printed Algae Pots
This Eco Pot is Made from Kelp and a Biodegradable Polymer
Martina Green is the designer behind this eco pot, which is part of a larger exploration of the use of algae and 3D printing for more sustainable packaging solutions. Green’s focus on... [More]
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