Today we learn of a project between GE Additive and Nuburu to implement blue lasers on powder bed fusion machines presumably for copper and aluminum. Also, a DLP 3D printed sweat collector could be work on the body to let us learn about possible ailments. Princeton researchers have developed a method to use lasers to cut grooves into 3D printed concrete components to improve the understanding of their strength.
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