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3D Printing Method with Resin and Light is 100 Times Faster

This 3D printing technique pulls complex shapes out of liquid resin at up to 100 times faster than traditional 3D printing processes, say University of Michigan engineers. The method solidifies the liquid resin using two lights to control where the resin hardens, enabling more intricate patterns. The resulting objects are also more stronger and more durable than conventional layered parts.