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Researchers use blurred light to 3D print optical components

A microlens array with commercial-level optical quality, 3D-printed using the blurred tomography method

A microlens array with commercial-level optical quality, 3D-printed using the blurred tomography method. Image: Daniel Webber, National Research Council of Canada

Researchers from the National Research Council of Canada have developed a 3D printing method that can rapidly produce commercial-level optical quality microlenses, making it faster and simpler to design and fabricate a range of optical devices.

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