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Propelling 3D printing into the future

Printing stronger materials five times faster

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DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

Piece by Piece


Samuel Leguizamon, left, watches as Alex Commisso stretches 3D material that they printed at Sandia National Laboratories, using Selective Dual-Wavelength Olefin Metathesis 3D-Printing, or SWOMP.

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Credit: Craig Fritz/Sandia National Laboratories

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