Cambridge’s 3D printed nanoscale magnetic circuits could improve future electronic devices

Cambridge's 3D printed nanoscale magnetic circuits could improve future electronic devices

A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge in the UK has developed a nanoscale magnetic circuit using 3D nano-printing which is capable of moving information (bits) in three-dimensions. According to the research team, this innovation has the potential to improve and increase the processing and storage capabilities of next-generation electronic devices. Researchers Amalio […]

Continue reading

A look at metal 3D printing and more inside formnext 2017

A look at metal 3D printing and more inside formnext 2017

The scale of formnext this year truly is astounding. Now halfway through the show, there have already been key announcements from GE Additive , EOS, TRUMPF, Stratasys and Identify3D . Still to come, companies including Admatec, O.R. Laser, and Authentise have arranged announcements for the penultimate day of the expo. Outside of scheduled press conferences, […]

Continue reading