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    Yet Another Impossibly Fast 3D Printer

    On the heels of Carbon3D's recently announced high-speed CLIP SLA 3D printing process came word of developments of similar technologies, such as those from Gizmo 3D and Prismlab. The latest impressive, high-speed process comes from Master of Science student Bo Pang, who will graduate from the University of Buffalo this May. His 3D printer was developed last summer, but he has just now introduced it to the world. While he notes a similarity to the tech used in Carbon3D's printer, his machine does not use a 'dead zone,' instead using a special membrane that lowers costs and is moldable. Pang's 3D printer can print with X-Y axis resolution of 15 microns and Z-axis resolution of 10 microns, and can produce a small 40 x 40 x 100 mm Eiffel Tower in only 12 minutes, 6 seconds. There are still some kinks to work out, but Pang is on the job, and considering mass production and crowdfunding as future options. Find out more about Pang and his impressive machine in the full article:

    Below is a photo of some of Pang's prints:

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    Jan 2014
    That would be an very interesting addition to the open source3D printing community

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    Oct 2014
    Waiting for the lawsuits to fly in 3...2...1...

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    Mar 2015
    Very interesting way around speeding 3D printing. It would be nice to see something like that reach the open source world.

    Though it appears NOT to be a research project, despite what is said in the articles. As I can not find a complete research write up on it anywhere (and I do look daily for that kind of paper), not even a in progress kind. Research projects are shared with the world, his has a few secrets in there.

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