Autodesk shines light on 3D printing photopolymer resin formulation and foreshadows future acquisitions

Autodesk, which develops the "Ember" desktop 3D printer, recently released the formula to its photopolymer resin under a creative commons license that allows both commercial and private use. The resin is a relatively standard photopolymer, which Autodesk claims to have tweaked to optimize for pri...

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