People with type 1 diabetes needed to be extra careful with eating and exercising, including other activities. 3D printing is creating insulin with smart biomaterials for type 1 diabetes.
According to Rice University bioengineers Omid Veiseh and Jordan Miller, “We must get implanted cells in close proximity to the bloodstream so beta cells can sense and respond quickly to changes in blood glucose.
We’re using a combination of pre-vascularization through advanced 3D bioprinting and host-mediated vascular remodeling to give each implant several shots at host integration.¨
According to researchers at UC Santa Cruz, ¨They created the models using data from simulations of star-forming clouds and a 3D printing process in which the fine-scale densities and gradients of the clouds are embedded in a transparent resin. Traditional extrusion-based 3D printing can only produce solid objects with a continuous outer surface, and that’s problematic when trying to depict, gases, clouds, or other diffuse forms.¨
3D printed small rocket with less expensive high performance using a copper alloy. It has unique liquid oxygen regenerative cooling.
As mentioned in Tct magazineś article, Max Haot, Founder & CEO of Launcher said, ¨VELO3D really delivered on our turbopump, including its 3D printed rotating impeller, all of which functioned perfectly the very first time at 30,000 rpm, using the first prototype. Rocket engine turbopump parts typically require casting, forging, and welding. Tooling required for these processes increases the cost of development and reduces flexibility between design iterations. The ability to 3D print our turbopump—including rotating Inconel shrouded impellers, thanks to VELO3D’s zero-degree technology—makes it possible now at a lower cost and increased innovation through iteration between each prototype.¨
As mentioned by Raven’s 3D article, ¨It is currently developing advanced polymer-based 3D printing methodologies to print materials that outperform currently available technologies.¨
33D Printingś profitability toward stocks is spreading their feet. Nowadays, companies are using 3D printing in dental, Medical, and building houses and designing food. Companies are in profit for using 3D printing because it is faster and saves money.
As mentioned in the Yahoo News article from Ian Bezek, he also is a contributor for U.S. News & World Report,
¨the pandemic disrupted supply chains, elevating the utility of on-site manufacturing options for key parts. As commercial adoption of 3D printing grows, the potential marketplace for stocks in this industry grows with it. ¨
Building or manufacturing required high temperatures but only a few chemicals are good for the environment and high-level requirements.
As mentioned by the CEO and Co-founder of Fortify, “Expanding our platform to the technical ceramics market is a natural evolution for Fortify.¨