According to assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley Hayden Taylor, “I think this is a route to being able to mass-customize objects even more, whether they are prosthetics or running shoes,
The fact that you could take a metallic component or something from another manufacturing process and add on customizable geometry, I think that may change the way products are designed”.
According to a graduate student Hossein Heidari,“Our technique generates almost no material waste and the uncured material is 100 percent reusable”.
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