A 3D-printing method developed by scientists at Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering can rapidly go back and forth between different materials and speed up production time compared with current methods. The technique could be used in automotive and aerospace manufacturing, as well as medicine and robotics.
Speedy 3D-printing method is promising for manufacturing
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