IBM filed a patent for an acoustic hologram 3D printer that may have the potential to produce an object in one single step.Continue Reading
Using sound waves to print droplets of viscous materials and metal: Researchers at Harvard University made it possible. They developed a new printing process, which is quite promising for the pharmaceutical and many other industries.Continue Reading
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