New 4D prints transform into permanent shapes when heat is applied

 New work out of Georgia Tech promises to lend a sense of permanence to shape-shifting 3D printing. The technology, commonly referred to as 4D printing by those in the know, aims to add another dimension to the 3D printing process by creating an object designed to change shape after it leaves the print bed. Most models from research institutes like Harvard and MIT have relied on hydrogels to… Read More

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