Combining liquids, solids could lead to faster, more flexible 3D creations — ScienceDaily

Imagine a future in which you could 3D-print an entire robot or stretchy, electronic medical device with the press of a button — no tedious hours spent assembling parts by hand.

That possibility may be closer than ever thanks to a recent advancement in 3D-printing technology led by engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder. In a new study, the team lays out a strategy for using…

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News Source: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/04/220418164923.htm

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