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Mark One 3D Printer Uses Carbon Fiber

30
Jan
2014

Carbon fibers strength and lightness have made it the material of choice for everything from spaceships to computers to violins. But so far, there hasnt been a 3D printer that can print in carbon fiber — until now. The Mark One, announced yesterday (Jan. 28), is a compact but high-end 3D printer designed to print objects as large as 12 by 6.25 by 6.25 inches, all in carbon fiber.

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