Pore-free 3D printing
As reported by Kamel Fezzaa, XSD, Argonne National Laboratory, “One of the main challenges in 3D printing is to make it as reliable as traditional manufacturing, and if this concept could be used as an effective tool in a real 3D system, that would be a giant leap forward for the additive manufacturing industry.”
Bursting your (tiny) bubbles: New research points the way toward pore-free 3D printing
Argonne National Laboratory
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