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New 3-D printing process creates harder, stronger ceramics that can stand the heat

By Stephanie Liverani / January 12, 2016

The latest breakthrough in 3-D printed ceramics comes from researchers at HRL Laboratories LLC, in Malibu, Calif. The team developed a process that “overcomes the limits of traditional ceramic processing and enables high-temperature, high-strength ceramic components,” according to a HRL news release.

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Amazing 3D ceramic arts design by Michael Eden leaves me stunned but delighted

By / May 3, 2012

Michael Eden is working to “bring together traditional ceramic craft skills and digital technology, including 3D printing, additive layer manufacturing and non-fired ceramic materials.” Credit: Michael Eden. I have no idea if my colleagues at Ceramic Arts Daily, Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated agree with me on this, but I am blown away at what…

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Video of the week: MakerBots’ low-cost desktop 3D replicators

By / January 12, 2012

Bre Pretis, CEO of MakerBot demonstrates a rapid prototype manufacturing process for printing objects. Credit: Time. 3D printing is a relatively new but no longer unusual process for materials scientists and engineers. Indeed, researchers have been using it to build and test ideas of prototypes of things such as biomedical scaffolds, casting molds for turbine…

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Video of the week: 30 coffee cups in 30 days by additive manufacturing

By Eileen De Guire / November 22, 2011

This video shows the 3D printing process used to fabricate ceramic espresso coffee cups designed by Bernat Cuní. Credit: Shapeways; YouTube. Additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping technologies are gaining ground as advanced manufacturing methods. Just last week we reported on solid freeform fabrication of one-piece fused silica molds for investment casting. Artistic minds have also…

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