How it Works


FRESH printing harnesses the power of non-newtonian gels to allow movement through a material like it’s a liquid, while supporting deposited material like it’s a solid.

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Step 1: Print into a support gel

Using a needle-deposition system, print the desired construct

 
Using the appropriate curing mechanism (time, temperature, UV, chemistry), allow the part to cure

Step 2: Cure the Material

Using the appropriate curing mechanism (time, temperature, UV, chemistry), allow the part to cure

 
3D Printing gel releasing structure

Step 3: Melt the gel to release the print

Melt the support gel to allow the print to release 

 
3D printed logo floating in clear gel

Step 4: Remove the print

Remove your print and admire!


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