University of Arkansas: Low Cycle Fatigue in 3D Printed 17-4PH Stainless Steel

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QU-BD One Up 200$ 3d printer from Arkansas

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from Little Rock, Arkansas. QU-BD One Up is one of the most affordable 3d printers sold and DELIVERED. Maybe even the most affordable on with price of 199 $. It is produced by Quintessential Universal Building Device, Inc. It is an interesting little low cost device and I''ll look into it more in the future.

3D Printing Lab-on-A-Chip with Droplet Emulsion & NinjaFlex

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In ‘3D Printing a Microfluidic Chip Capable of Droplet Emulsion Using NinjaFlex Filament,’ Robert Andrews from the University of Arkansas 3D prints a novel microfluidic system for his thesis. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3D Printing Lab-on-A-Chip lab on a chip microfluidics miniaturization ninjaflex thesis university of arkansas

AFRL and University Partners Used 3D Printed Composite Materials to Make Structural Parts

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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) near my hometown of Dayton, Ohio, has long been interested in using 3D printing and composite materials. View the entire article via our website.

A New Method for 3D Printing Optics with Flexible Thermoplastic Polymer

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Despite the high demand, most optical materials are difficult to fabricate into desired shapes using state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies, but researchers at the University of Arkansas (UARK). 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d printing system AM3 Lab AMBOTS ballistic gel Clear Ballistics gel Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) university of arkansas

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$500k awarded to Arkansas Michelle Bernhardt-Barry to develop 3D printed soil for construction

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A researcher at the University of Arkansas has been awarded a major grant for her research on soil. She is exploring natural hierarchical structures and how they can be integrated in soil to optimize its strength, in order to eventually use it as an effective 3D printing material for construction projects.

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

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Wu Research Implementation Award Ajay Malshe, PhD, University of Arkansas/NanoMech Inc., Springdale, Arkansas. Don Lucca, PhD, FSME, CMfgE, regents professor and Herrington chair in advanced materials at Oklahoma State University, presented the NAMRI/SME Founders Lecture. By SME.

How 3D Printing Fuels STEAM Education

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As little as one visit to a museum can yield “significant and measurable” changes in students, according to a study conducted by the University of Arkansas. Being able to 3D print their final product, Erickson says, has a huge impact on their grasp of the material. Science, Technology, Education, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) education has been a focus of development worldwide in recent years.

UA professor to develop 3D printed soil and bacteria binding for construction

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Michelle Bernhardt-Barry, assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Arkansas, has been studying the structure of soil and how to make it more effective for bearing heavy loads, with a view to 3D printing optimized soil material in future construction projects. In April 2018, Bernhardt-Barry received a $500,000 grant to expand her research into the use of soil as a 3D printing material. 3D Printing Materials