Coming in 2015: A Faster, Sharper Way to 3D Print
From Smithsonian Magazine
Orange Maker's Helios One prints in a spiral, as opposed to layer by layer, making the entire process more efficient
Even though 3D printing has moved into the spotlight (Gartner estimates that shipments will double year-over-year), the rapid-prototyping revolution it's sparked has actually been brewing for decades. In fact, many of the names that are now synonymous with the method—we're looking at you MakerBot and FormLabs—have built their machines on pre-existing patents and technologies.
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