A 3D printer has been able to print the first-ever polyurethane foam board.
The 3D printed fabric was printed using cellulose fibers.
It’s a process called microfiber printing, and the printer used to make the board was a Fujitsu X100A.
The printout shows how to apply the foam board to a piece of fiberboard.
In the picture, the printed fabric has been applied to the underside of a 3D model.
The printer can print up to 1,000 cubic centimeters of fiber material, which can then be used for the foam to fill gaps or create a protective layer.
As the image shows, the plastic is coated with a layer of silicone to make it flexible.
This flexible silicone layer can then act as a seal for the board.
Plastic is a strong material that can withstand the rigors of a printer.
The fiberboard can also be used to create a more durable surface, as the 3D printing process reduces the chances of damage to the fiberboard or plastic used to build it.