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3D Printing In Gel Enables Freeform Design and an Undo Function 33

Posted by Soulskill
from the just-go-down-and-get-a-tub-of-gel-from-walmart dept.
Zothecula writes "The additive layer process of conventional 3D printers means they are usually limited to bottom up fabrication on three axes. Now, the LA-based NSTRMNT team has created a 3D printing process called suspended disposition that gets around gravity by printing objects within a gel. Not only does this allow freeform additive fabrication on six axes, it also enables an 'undo' function."
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3D Printing In Gel Enables Freeform Design and an Undo Function

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