Madhuparna Roy, a former engineering doctoral student and the lead author of a paper that showed the possibility of using magnets to realign fibers inside a material being used for 3D printing.
Researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and FSU Department of Scientific Computing have developed a new technique for 3D printing that could produce much stronger materials that could be used in a variety of applications.
In a paper published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers showed the possibility of using magnetic fields near a 3D printer to change the alignment of fibers inside an object as it was being printed. This tweak in the mechanical properties of the material could greatly improve its overall quality and strength. “3D-printed materials are not strong on their own because they’re just plastic layers sitting on top of each other,” said Madhuparna Roy, a former doctoral student and the […]
3D Printing News Briefs, December 3, 2020: Continuous Composites, AIMS, ULTRAWAVE, Digital Building Technologies, QOROX, Disney
In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Continuous Composites has opened a new manufacturing facility, while...