Light provides control for 3-D printing with multiple materials

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison developed a novel 3D printer that uses patterns of visible and ultraviolet light to dictate which of two monomers are polymerized to form a solid material. Different patterns of light provide the spatial control necessary to yield multi-material parts.

Light provides control for 3-D printing with multiple materials

3-D printing has revolutionized the fields of healthcare, biomedical engineering, manufacturing and art design.

Tue 12 Mar 19 from Phys.org

Light provides control for 3D printing with multiple materials, Wed 13 Mar 19 from ScienceDaily

Light provides control for 3D printing with multiple materials, Tue 12 Mar 19 from Eurekalert

Light waves allow scientists to 3D print with multiple materials

3D printing can already create sensors for NASA rovers, rocket engines, safer football helmets, dentures. Name it, and it seems like it can be 3D printed. But the technology is still ...

Wed 13 Mar 19 from Engadget

Multi-wavelength additive manufacturing produces multi-material items

University of Wisconsin-Madison develops optical platform able to solidify different resins in one component.

Mon 18 Mar 19 from optics.org

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