MIT Glass Lab Creates a Process for 3D Printing With Molten Glass

MIT‘s Glass Lab has created a process for 3D printing with molten glass. They call the process G3DP for “Glass 3D Printing” and it operates with 1900° fahrenheit “kiln cartridges” as it prints the glass into computer-controlled shapes.

The Mediated Matters group at MIT produced a video demonstrating the process as the G3DP machine creates wonderful glass works.

via Gizmdodo

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