New research shows that titanium alloys joined by 3D-printed curved interlayers are stronger and less likely to crack.
Artificial neural networks are now being used to make 3D-printed metal structures more accurately—and stronger—than ever before.
A*STAR researchers have discovered that thin-walled metallic parts built via additive manufacturing are weaker than expected, initiating a search for solutions
Customizing the size, shape and orientation of 3D-printed lattices can make structures stronger while requiring less material.
Hierarchical microstructure improves the performance of metallic material
Computerized design reveals how honeycomb-like frameworks
with unusual rippled shapes can produce buckle-resistant architectures
plants of tomorrow will usher in a new era of efficiency, precision and speed,
thanks to additive manufacturing
improve the strength of metallic alloys
A powderized titanium alloy makes it easier to produce
biocompatible bone replacements using three-dimensional additive manufacturing
Multidisciplinary research at A*STAR is producing new technologies to improve safety and efficiency in the aviation industry
A*STAR and Nanyang Technological University are partnering to develop critical technologies for the three-dimensional printing of high-performance industrial components