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Thermosets have superior dimensional stability and mechanical performance at high temperatures as compared to thermoplastics which render them ideal in many technological applications. However, once thermosets form 3D shapes, e.g., through UV radiation triggered formation of covalent bonds, they cannot be reshaped, repaired and recycled. This leads to material waste and potentially serious environmental impacts with the continuous increase in consumption of 3D printing materials.  Here we prese...

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