March/April 2021 ISSUE
3D printed polymer-derived ceramics (PDCs) could find wider application through a process developed at the University of Texas at Dallas that extrudes preceramic material in a self-healing bath for support through printing and curing.
Mighty Buildings wants to change the construction industry with prefabricated houses 3D printed on demand from thermoset polymer composite. Two such buildings have already been installed.
A Q&A with the editor-in-chief of CompositesWorld explores tooling, continuous fiber, hybrid processes, and the opportunities for smaller and more intricate composite parts.
The increasing speed and power of high-end processors and data centers has created a market for advanced thermal management solutions. A Silicon Valley startup called Holo is dedicating its first line of products toward this market, starting with 3D-printed copper heat exchangers.
Peter Zelinski: Additive Manufacturing Is Now Realizing the Promise of Materials