New method leaves older ways of 3-D printing in its goopy wake

Speedy process creates objects using oxygen, UV light and liquid resin

Little Eiffel Tower

TOWERING MOVE  A little Eiffel Tower rises from goopy resin in just one hour, thanks to a new 3-D printing method that manipulates ultraviolet light and oxygen to create detailed objects. 

Lars Sahl

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