3-D printing glass objects
Scientists in Germany have 3D printed very intricate tiny objects using glass. And of course, one of these objects is a pretzel. In the future, the technique could be used to 3D print more useful things, like complex lenses, filters, and even ornaments that generally need highly skilled artisans to make. The researchers used a type of “liquid glass” to make complex shapes that are smooth, transparent, and have a very high resolution, according to a study published today in Nature. More importantly, the glass objects were created using standard and commonly used 3D printers. The technique, however, also requires the use of a high-temperature oven you’re not likely to have in your apartment for baking a pie. Regardless, the study opens up... Continue reading…
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Phys.org
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Cosmos Magazine
Intricate glass creations such as miniature castles and tiny pretzels can now be fabricated using 3D printing, according to a new study.
3 hours ago from Livescience
You can apply the technique on any existing 3-D printer.
Wed 26 Apr 17 from ZME Science
High-resolution glass lenses, microreactors, and more are now possible
Wed 19 Apr 17 from CandEN
Scientists in Germany have 3D printed very intricate tiny objects using glass. And of course, one of these objects is a pretzel. In the future, the technique could be used to 3D print ...
Wed 19 Apr 17 from The Verge
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