Spectrom Takes Full-Color 3D Printing to the Desktop

Spectrom Takes Full-Color 3D Printing to the Desktop

At CES last week, a start-up started up by a couple of University of Wisconsin students wowed attendees with their fascinating, potentially breakthrough, 3D printing device.  Spectrom is in the process of launching a product that, when set up on an ordinary FFF desktop 3D printer, can cause it to yield full-color prints.  Without multiple print nozzles and rolls of filament.  No gypsum and binder.  Users can install the […]

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