3D printing may print 3D objects but the process itself, which involves layering of materials, is primarily a 2D affair. However, researchers have set out to change that with a new process that they said is a “true” 3D-printing experience, they said. A team from Rowland Institute at Harvard University developed a new volumetric 3D-printing process that eliminates the need for support structures typically used to create complex 3D objects because the resin it creates is self-supporting, researchers said. The process also can one day allow this type of printing to be done with unprecedented speed, they said.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant