MIT’s new ColorFab process recolors 3D printed objects after they’ve been printed

MIT's new ColorFab process recolors 3D printed objects after they've been printed

A team of researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed a new kind of 3D printable ink that makes it possible to recolor 3D printed objects after printing. The process has been named “ColorFab.” When it comes to fashion and color, there are a number of rules and conventions you simply have to obey. “Blue and green should never be seen without another color in between,” for example, and that you can’t wear brown shoes with a black suit. For smaller things like earrings and smartphone cases, people also have their own ideas and […]

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