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Startup Debuts 3D Printer That Builds Parts From Composite Materials

CIO Magazine (5/10, Mearian) reports that the “start-up Impossible Objects on Tuesday unveiled its Model One 3D printer, which it claims is the first such printer that can build parts from composite materials including carbon fiber, Kevlar and fiberglass.” The article quotes an official at Oak Ridge National Laboratory saying, “The development of an automated, low-cost composite additive manufacturing system could revolutionize the U.S. composite tool and composite end user parts industries.”

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