:A team of researchers from Xiamen University and Zhejiang University (,), together with students from Shanghai Central Normal University, has succeeded in repairing the teeth of the human tongue and ear stem. To repair the teeth, the scientists used the technique of laser ablation, and it had been shown that it can fully repair the enamel of the gum cells. :A team of researchers from Guangzhou Normal University and Xi’an Jiaotsong University has succeeded in producing nanoparticles using a combination of liquid and gas phase chemical chemistry and is now looking for its application in pharmaceutical. :A team of researchers from Sichuan University and Guangdong Polytechnic College has discovered a way of using gold nanodiamonds to create a composite coat on the surface of the human body. :The team of researchers from Beijing University and Southern Polytechnical University (Shanghai Jiaotong University) has found a new method of using a laser light beam to generate a 3D form of a layer of tiny carbon nanotubes. :A team of researchers from Xiamen University and Zhejiang University have successfully built a 3D prototype for organic LED panel. :A team of researchers from Nanjing University has successfully developed a way to print electronic devices in a form that is hard to destroy. :A team of students from Hebei Medical University has been working on 3D printing 3D models of human teeth. :A team of researchers from Guangzhou Normal University, Sichuan University and Shanghai Jiaotong University has succeeded in 3D printing dental prostheses. :The research on 3D printing teeth has been completed. :An experimental 3D print of the teeth of an old Japanese patient was successfully completed by university students. :Researchers from Shanghai Jiaotong University, Zhejiang University and Beijing Jiaotong University have successfully printed organs and parts to test their 3D printing technologies on human tissue. :A team of researchers from Sichuan Normal University and the Zhejiang University has perfected the 3D printing of heart valves using three-dimensional printing technology. :A 3D print of the human head was successfully completed. :Chinese scientists have successfully put the world’s first functional 3D printed car in motion with this 3D printer-car combination.
These three new approaches have made 3D printing a lot more affordable and accessible to a wide audience. This also has brought the benefits of faster printing speeds, better surface-sensing capabilities and a large variety of alternative materials.
One of the key challenges in 3D printing is improving the materials and technologies used in the process. One day, it is possible to bring this technology to the commercial market in a way that will improve the lives of millions rather than just a few people.