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Porsche to Start Offering 3D-Printed Seats

Few things are more annoying in an otherwise very good performance car than an unsupportive driver’s seat. Enter Porsche, a company that already makes very good seats, and its announcement that as of mid-2021...

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Printed Miniature Loudspeaker with Future Perspective

It has six corners and is about the size of a 1-cent piece: In an additive manufacturing process, miniature loudspeakers can be produced efficiently and cost-effectively as part of piezoelectric, microelectromechanical systems – so-called...

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Lab study of droplet dynamics advances 3D printing by LLNL

A team of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists has simulated the droplet ejection process in an emerging metal 3D printing technique called “Liquid Metal Jetting” (LMJ), a critical aspect to the continued advancement...

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Quality Assurance in Additive Manufacturing

Industial users use the associated freedom in component design as well as the rapid feasibility in prototype construction with additive processes. Additive manufacturing with metals or plastics offer companies new possibilities with a high...