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3D Printing News Unpeeled: Waseda and NTU Develop New Plastic Metal 3D Printing Process

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Researchers from Waseda University and the Nanyang Technological University have worked together on a combined vat polymerization and electroless plating method that could make metal and polymer combined structures. This could be used for sensors, circuits or integrated electronics. Flashforge focuses on education, but why are companies not doing more?

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