Colorful 3D printed images.

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According to Anne Arnold, the researcher who led the development of ArtSea Inks and Materials, “We’ve matched this expertise with the concept of 3D printing so we could, for example, develop a novel 3D printed human tissue array to study how harmful microbial pathogens can affect the tissue. An example of such a pathogen is Bacillus anthracis, the causative agent of anthrax and influenza.¨

Full Color and Grayscale Painting with 3D Printed Low-Index Nanopillars.

A colorful, sustainable solution for 3D printing.

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