Volumetric representations
could revolutionise 3D printing

Additive manufacturing can produce objects with hollowed out insides or heterogeneous materials.

The world of manufacturing is facing a massive game change. For half a century, subtractive manufacturing (SM) has reigned king. In SM, a cutter removes material from a homogeneous block until the desired shape is formed. Additive manufacturing is a major industry waiting just around the corner – and with it, the opportunity to design in a more flexible way. However, […]

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