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Researchers from the University of Michigan is revolutionizing 3D printing. A team has managed to create a printer that can perform 100 times faster than older models.

In a paper, they described a new approach that lifts up already solidified complex shapes from a vat of liquid. The team promises faster and more efficient small-scale manufacturing.

The researchers published the novel new approach in the journal Science Advances.

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Category: Science