Revision as of 11:22, 11 December 2017 by Glenn (+links Quote: "Volumetric 3D printing promises nearly instant builds", "One-step volumetric additive manufacturing of complex polymer structures")
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. (2017, December 8). Volumetric 3D printing promises nearly instant builds. ScienceDaily: Quote: "...However, by using laser-generated, hologram-like 3D images flashed into photosensitive resin, researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, along with collaborators at UC Berkeley, the University of Rochester, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), have discovered they can build complex 3D parts in a fraction of the time of traditional layer-by-layer printing. The novel approach is called "volumetric" 3D printing, and is described in the journal Science Advances, published online on Dec. 8...".
- Maxim Shusteff, Allison E. M. Browar, Brett E. Kelly, Johannes Henriksson, Todd H. Weisgraber, Robert M. Panas, Nicholas X. Fang, Christopher M. Spadaccini. One-step volumetric additive manufacturing of complex polymer structures. Science Advances, 2017; 3 (12): eaao5496 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aao5496.
- Asociación RUVID. (2015, October 1). A material able to repair itself. ScienceDaily Quote: "...Researchers have developed a flexible polymeric material capable of self-repairing. The material, a type of transparent resin, has the property of healing itself; for example, when it is cut with scissors in half and put back in contact, it rejoins itself within 10-15 seconds without using any external source..."
- University of Wisconsin-Madison. (2015, September 17). Souped-up software reduces guesswork, tedium in computer-aided engineering. ScienceDaily Quote: "...Engineers recently released a new computer-aided engineering software program, and its users are already calling it a “gift from heaven.” Mechanical engineers spent four years developing the software, which assists in optimizing the design of parts for just about anything -- from bicycles and airplanes to bridges and furniture..."
- Kinematic Self-Replicating Machines, 2004 Robert A. Freitas Jr. and Ralph C. Merkle http://www.molecularassembler.com/KSRM.htm -- Main.VikOlliver - 10 Nov 2005