Sat. Feb 1st, 2020


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3D printing research CrAMmed: Texas A&M University, University of California, National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure

In today’s CrAMmed, our additive manufacturing research digest, you’ll find a selection of papers and developments in 3D printing from the academic world. The studies dig extensively into optimizing material processes for FDM 3D printing. There is also work being done in the medical field, particularly around the subject of microneedles and wearable biomonitoring devices. […]

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Author: Anas Essop