3D printing of photopolymers
Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a process of fabricating 3D objects by adding successive layers of materials (e.g. polymers) on top of each other. Among various 3D printing approaches, the photochemical approach is extremely attractive as objects can be produced via photopolymerisation reactions of monomers/oligomers, which possesses environmental, economical, and production benefits. In this approach, photoinitiators and monomers/oligomers are two of the most important components of...[Show more]
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