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  • Article explains the benefits of injection molding software

    An article in Digital Engineering Magazine expands on the argument between whether injection molding processes are art or science by explaining how new injection molding software has come onto the market to increase the likelihood of a project?s success. details>>
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    A team of Iowa State scientists have created a device that mimics the branches and leaves of a cottonwood tree and creates electricity through the swaying of the artificial leaves containing specialized plastic strips that generate electrical charges when bent. details>>
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    Scientists at the University of Manchester (U.K.) braided molecular strands to tie the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known, which could lead to the weaving of advanced polymer strands and new, advanced materials. details>>
  • MIT creates technique for adapting 3-D printed objects

    MIT chemists developed a technique that allows them to go back and add polymers to 3-D printed objects to change the chemical composition and mechanical properties of the object. details>>
  • NUS scientists develop electrically conductive polymers for semiconductors

    Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new concept of doped conducting polymers with bonded ionic groups that provide unprecedented ohmic contacts and extreme work function. details>>
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    Researchers at Stanford University have spent several years examining the problem of overheating batteries and the potential safety hazards that stem from the standard liquid electrolytes in lithium-ion batteries. details>>
  • Researchers in Taiwan develop frozen-form technique for 3-D printing

    Researchers in Taiwan have developed a frozen-form method (FFM) or low-temperature deposition manufacturing technique for creating the scaffolds that give structure to 3-D printed cells in bioprinting processes. details>>
  • Tip of the Week: Do not heat PVC for Type 2 Round Ducts

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter explains, "Save Time & Money: Don't Heat Up PVC Sheets When Fabricating Type 2 Rounds Ducts!" details>>
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    A team of researchers at the Polytechnique Montreal have combined carbon nanotubes with a thermoplastic transformed into a solution to create a type of ink that can be used as a material for 3-D printing filaments that are slightly bigger than a hair. details>>
  • Plastic clothing material developed to cool the skin

    Engineers at Stanford University revealed that they had developed a low-cost, plastic-based textile that would dissipate body heat more efficiently than common natural or synthetics fabrics used by the clothing industry. details>>
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