Spectrom was recently awarded first place in the undergraduate category of the Collegiate Inventors Competition.
Spectrom is the first device that enables Fused Deposition Modeling, or additive 3D printers, to print in full, variable color. The technology leverages the precise application and rapid changing of proprietary dyes to create crisp, multi-colored objects.
The Collegiate Inventors Competition has recognized and rewarded undergraduate and graduate students who are committed to research, discovery, invention and innovation.
The competition encourages entries from all fields of study, because the program recognizes that the inventive spirit can emerge from any course, any university and any student.