TU Wien physicists develop material analysis method for 3D printing at ‘dust particle’ scale

TU Wien physicists develop material analysis method for 3D printing at 'dust particle' scale

Physicists at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) have developed a new analysis method that could vastly improve the accuracy of resin 3D printing by identifying materials with suitable initiator molecules. The method uses ultra-short laser pulses and beam-splitting prisms. Tu Wien’s Aliasghar Ajami in the lab When you think of high-precision 3D printing, you tend to think of machines that offer minimum layer heights in the sub-20-micron range and even finer resolutions on the X and Y axes. But printing a complete model the size of a dust particle? For most casual FDM makers, it’s hard to […]

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