I’ve never seen before printer like this that builds parts 3D Printing with a Unique New Layer-Based System. But my brother in law has the 3D printer. He used it to make parts for special appliances.
According to Hackaday, “this 3D printer builds up a part in layers but not as we’ve ever seen before. Impossible Objects has built a machine that prints each layer onto a substrate, stacks them up, then compresses and bakes the parts. The result is reinforced composite parts. They use carbon fiber reinforced polyether ether ketone (PEEK)”.
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