3D Printing News Unpeeled: Colgate & Sound 3D printing

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A Concordia University team has been recognized for their sound 3D printing technique that could be used to make 100 micron thin parts in metal, polymer and ceramic. Liquid could be injected into people and formed by sound in the body. The Wyss insitute has released a 3D printing technology that prints four different materials at the same time letting you print diferent helix structures inside your extruded liquid.

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