3D Printing: Most Stretchable and UV Curable Elastomers Ever

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Recent progress with elastomers is the result of research in a collaboration between the Singapore University of Technology and Design’s (SUTD) Digital Manufacturing and Design (DManD) Centre which is funded by the Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF), the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), and the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE). Together, this team has created elastomers for creating more complex geometric shapes; in fact, their new elastomers are incredibly flexible and can also be manufactured via 3D printing with UV curing.

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