Sep 1, 2016

Oak Ridge Just Entered Record Books With The Largest 3D-Printed Object in the World

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My friends at ORN setting records again.

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory broke a world record for the largest solid 3D-printed item with its trim-and-drill tool. The item, which is practically the size of a large SUV, took 30 hours to print using carbon fiber and composite plastic materials.

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