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Photothermal Bleaching of Nickel Dithiolene for Bright Multi-colored 3D Printed Parts
HP's Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology utilizes a carbon-based radiation absorber called the "fusing agent" in combination with a near infrared (NIR) light source to facilitate the fusion of polymer powder in a layer-by-layer fashion to generate 3D parts. Most available carbon-based and NIR radiation absorbers have an intrinsic dark color, which as a result will only produce black/gray and dark colored parts. To create white and bright colored parts with MJF, a visibly transparentdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1451277/v1 fatcat:qa7w6x3df5bsxf4rg3apa7zcny