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New Process Drastically Cuts 3D Printing Times (Campus Technology)

"A new 3D printing technique developed by University of Michigan researchers is producing results in one-one hundredth the time of conventional printers."—Source: Campus Technology

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

This impressive innovation uses a special liquid resin as the medium for 3D printing, producing models in a fraction of the time. With output now possible at a much quicker pace, it opens up new possibilities and use cases for 3D printing.