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

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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