This is the new method that uses two lights during the 3d printing process one side the resin hardens and another side is to help maintain its fluidity..According to The University of Michigan College of Engineering,” research budget is among the largest of any public university. This project was co-led by Timothy Scott, associate professor of chemical engineering and Mark Burns, T.C. Chang Professor of Engineering and professor of chemical engineering and biomedical engineering. A paper describing this research published in Science Advances, titled, “Rapid, continuous additive manufacturing by volumetric polymerization inhibition patterning.”
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