New 3D printing system that prints precise structures at extreme speeds

Written by Daniel Barrett

The development of a new 3D printing system has led to the manufacturing of precise structures at submicrometer scales being printed at incredible speeds. The new system could have applications in photonics and bioengineering. Recent research from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT, Germany) has led to the development of a new 3D printing system that is able to print precise centimetre-sized objects with extreme detail on a submicrometric scale. Additionally, the speed of this printing system could be the fastest ever recorded. The results of this research could have applications in material sciences and bioengineering. The study on this...

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