Azul 3D Inc has developed a proprietary High Area Rapid Printing (HARP) process for 3D manufacturing. With HARP technology, Azul 3D can print large objects at unparalleled speeds from a wide range of consumer and industrial grade plastics. The aim is to provide an industry-ready solution that enables the production of consumer goods ready to go directly from the printer to the shelf. First invented and developed at Northwestern University, HARP uses a proprietary type of stereolithography technology making possible the printing of complex 3D structures - using an array of materials and that that are sveral feet long. By circulating coolant beneath the resin, then sending it through a unit made for cooling, the technology actually pulls heat from 3D printed parts, alleviating issues like warping and cracking - that plague methods like Carbons CLIP technology - during the curing process. In mid-October 2020, it was announced that Azul 3D and Dupont would be collbaoratingot use Harp 3D printing in the electronic materials space.