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Three-dimensional printing of transparent fused silica glass | Nature


curated by | April 20, 2017

3D printing with liquid glass? “A new approach, described in Nature, uses UV light to cure a polymer that’s been loaded with glass nanoparticles—so-called liquid glass—one layer at time, before baking it in a kiln to force out moisture and fuse the crystals.”

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