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A new 3D printing material has been introduced by Stratasys, which it says enables the creation of tougher, more flexible unfilled nylon parts.
FDM Nylon 12 is designed for use with the company's line of Fortus 3D Production Systems and Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) technology.
Stratasys claims it offers up to five times greater resistance to breaking and better impact strength ...
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The design and manufacture of Great Britain's gold medal winning bike helped athletes in the last three Olympic Games win medals.
Everyone agrees that London 2012 was something special. Despite some pessimism leading up the Games the facilities, athletes and organisers came through with flying colours.
However, one criticism is that some of those involved in making it such a ...
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In a short film put together by the BBC, a leading UK scientist is asked to explain if it will be possible to make things invisible. Here, Professor Chris Phillips from Imperial College London talks ...
While you may often read about the developments of nano materials, graphene, the benefits ...
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