2012

How Paper-based 3D Printing Works: The Technology and Advantages

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3D printers have been with us for decades, routinely turning 3D computer designs into detailed physical objects for product design, education, architecture, healthcare, mapping, historic preservation and other applications. These devices create models in a range of materials, including plastic, plaster, photopolymers, metal and sometimes even food. Each of these materials brings inherent advantages and disadvantages, depending upon your application. There’s one more to consider: paper.

 

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