Machine Design

Gallery: Weird 3D printing machines of the week

If you think the world of 3D printing has pretty much settled on ink jet printing technology for creating additive parts, guess again. This past week saw a variety of odd-ball additive techniques getting notice. Some of them are experimental, and time will tell whether some of them will lead to techniques that are useful for mainstream users.

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