100 times faster 3D printers

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Researchers at the University of Michigan have devised a new method of 3D printing, up to 100 times faster than traditional 3D printing, which means a major shift in the field. The new method of three-dimensional printing differs from the traditional method of lithography (SLA). The method involves displaying a two-dimensional image of a highly effective liquid resin to amke specific solid layer, which is then assembled to develope a three-dimensional model. Unfortunately, SLA can be very slow. 3d printers

But in the new method, the researchers found how to use two lamps to control the hardening of the resin material to remain liquid, allowing the resin to form more complex patterns faster. The next step in this regard was to intervene in the resin material to include improved chemical, mechanical and thermal properties to build a complete, high-resolution model printer.