@MIT unveils 3D printing with glass breakthrough

3D printing may be a fad for the moment, but that is only because the advances are taking time to be established based on the needs. It’s not everyone that can just throw together a mini kiln that burns at 1900 Fahrenheit to test something like this, plus the speeds of many 3D printers are questionable.

All that said a done, this is super cool or rather hot! The first challenge was to print in 3D, then to print both solid and liquid states in the same print, then to print in large scale now its printing with industrial strength heat.



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