Micron3DP Develops Technology for 3D Printing Using Molten Glass

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Micron3DP Develops Technology for 3D Printing Using Molten Glass

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An Israel based company Micron3DP has announced that they have developed technology for 3D printing objects using molten glass.  Micron3DP specializes in high end extruders, hot ends, and accessories for 3d printing.  They have developed an extruder for extruding extremely hot molten glass.  The extruder can 3D print objects using soft glass or soda-lime glass at a temperature of 850 degrees Celsius. The extruder can even extrude hard glass or borosilicate glass at a temperature of 1640 degrees Celsius.  Micron3DP is looking for investors to invest in their glass 3D printing technology.

 

http://micron3dp.com/blogs/news/34473924-breakthrough-in-3d-printing-glass

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Micron-3DP/232940990225863

http://3dprint.com/75286/3d-print-glass-micron3dp/

http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?13860-Micron3DP-s-Glass-Printer

https://localmotors.com/blog/post/micron3dp-makes-breakthrough-with-glass-3d-printing/1902/

 

 

 

 

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