MIT's Laser Powered 3D Printer: Is This The Speed We've Been ... - ENGINEERING.com

MIT's Laser Powered 3D Printer: Is This The Speed We've Been ... - ENGINEERING.com

ENGINEERING.comMIT's Laser Powered 3D Printer: Is This The Speed We've Been ...ENGINEERING.comWhile common 3D printers use a pinch wheel approach, this is far stronger - but you need to have a specially prepared filament. The second system development is a way to increase the speed of heating. This is done with a two-stage approach. First, the ...