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Pushing additive manufacturing to the molecular limit

New research proves advanced materials containing molecules that switch states in response to environmental stimuli can be made with 3D printing. Victor Sans explains. more

10 Aug 2018 11:43 Guest Column

Researchers at the University of Nottingham believe they have achieved a breakthrough in the rapid 3D printing of fully functional electronic circuits. more

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Nottingham Uni car component

Nottingham University

Engineers at The University of Nottingham are additively manufacturing lightweight automotive components, boosting vehicle fuel efficiency while reducing noise and CO2 emissions. The components are being produced as part of the FLAC project. more

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Industrial inkjet technology leader, Xaar plc has announced a significant investment in 3D printing with the establishment of two facilities in Nottingham and Copenhagen. The investment is a key part of the company’s 2020 strategic vision. more

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Over the past few decades, the UK has become a hotbed of innovative ideas, concepts and designs in both technology and application development within the additive manufacturing sector. more

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Continuing our 60 Second Interview series is an interview with Phill Dickens, Professor at the University of Nottingham and TCT Show 2016 day one speaker. more

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The Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Research Group (3DPRG) at The University of Nottingham launches 3D printing research lab with £2.7 million of world-first, bespoke additive manufacturing equipment. more

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International Conference on AM & 3D Printing, Conference Chairman, Richard Hague gives his thoughts on the upcoming event taking place in Nottingham next month. more

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Major investment for new manufacturing centre at University of Nottingham Innovation Park set to create new home for the University’s Institute for Advanced Manufacturing. more

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A realistic human heart has been 3D printed at Nottingham Trent University to help teach trainee doctors and surgeons. more

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3D Printing the Future

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TCT Magazine was at the launch of 3D Printing the Future at the London Science Museum, a look at the technology's applications and how it affects ordinary people's lives. more

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Dr Phil Reeves, Managing Director of Econolyst, will be probing the notion of prosumer 3D printing at TCT Show + Personalize. Rose Brooke asked him about his presentation. more

Biztech Milton Keynes aims to open visitors' minds to the possibilities of 3D printing. more

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On a grey April morning, 50 of the UK's foremost additive manufacturing industry experts gathered for the tenth AMNet meeting. TCT went along to see what goes on at these gatherings. more

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Delcam has joined the Coventry Manufacturing Technology Centre, joining forces with many developers and suppliers. more

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