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3D Printing News Unpeeled: New Capillary Braiding 3D Printing Technology

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  • Capillary Braiding is a new 3D printing technology that could be used to make micro wires, electronics and new structures.
  • Meanwhile Orbex raises another $47 million to play with.
  • And the NIST spends its money super wisely.

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