Northwestern University develops high-speed, resin-based 3D printing method

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Continuous printing process can print 4,000 layers in approximately two minutes

Researchers at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering have developed a new resin-based, high-speed 3D printing method, the university announced in a press release on 3 February.

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