Merging molecular science and engineering to make 3D printing faster, cheaper and more consistent

Merging molecular science and engineering to make 3D printing faster, cheaper and more consistent

A briefing paper today published by members of the Institute for Molecular Science and Engineering (IMSE) at Imperial College London outlined their predictions about future opportunities for 3D printing technology, particularly related to Imperial’s work. The paper – ‘ The value of additive manufacturing: future opportunities ’ – outlines how the combination of molecular science and engineering could help overcome current challenges in 3D printing to make it faster, cheaper and more consistent. photo: © Imperial College London. “The ability to create complex 3D objects, without the need for specific tooling, has paved the way for the rapid development […]

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