ganter on January 27, 2015

************************** {Prequel update:  the UW press team produced a nice version of this story that is a little less technical} http://www.washington.edu/news/2015/02/09/3-d-printing-with-custom-molecules-creates-low-cost-mechanical-sensor/ *************************** We would like to take a moment to share with you some very exciting news on our research front.    When different research teams partner together amazing things can and do happen.   […]

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bowman on January 17, 2015

When a part takes 15 hours to print and it breaks, a little chemistry can come in handy. Besides, who doesn’t want take two parts and want to stick them together. Want to know if/how to solvate a polymer? Skip the gnarly home cocktails of ABS & turpentine and learn how to make a good chemical […]

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