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January 24th, 2007

Stereolithography nanomaterials

Abstract:
DSM Somos (Elgin, Ill.), a developer of stereolithography resins for rapid prototyping, has announced commercialization of NanoTool, the third generation of Somos ProtoComposite materials.

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compositesworld.com

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