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3D Printing News Unpeeled: Hexapod 3D Printing, CERN Smart Pipes, Smooth Elastomers


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Today we look at CERN´s EU funded smart pipes that embed sensors in 3D printed pipe components to better manage heat. swarms of drones being used to build objects, Fraunhofer IWU develops a hexapod based 3D printing method that moves the build plate. A new technology allows for smooth thermoplastic elastomers that can be used for bellows.

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