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3-D Printing

Northwestern spinoff Azul3D gets funding

by Alexander H. Tullo
August 28, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 33

 

The 3-D printing start-up Azul 3D has raised $12.5 million in seed funding from investors that include the former CEO of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, an arm of the 3-D printing giant Stratasys. A team led by Northwestern University chemistry professor Chad A. Mirkin developed Azul’s technology. The firm uses a twist on stereolithography-based printing, in which resins are cured with ultraviolet light. A unique method of dissipating heat generated in the printing process and the printing bed’s large scale allow for unparalleled throughput, Azul says.

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