Breakthrough in 3D printing glass!

We at Micron3DP invented a new way to 3d print molten glass. This is the first time that glass has been printed in liquid hot form.

Micron had succeeded in printing ‘soft’ glass at a temperature of 850 degrees, as well as borosilicate glass at a melting temperature of 1640 degrees Celsius! There is a wide variety of glass 3D Printing applications, which are used in a variety of ways in the art industry, medicine, security, architecture, aerospace and many other areas.We are looking for a strategic investor for the molten glass-printing field, which is fast becoming the next HOT area.Read more here and here.We at Micron3DP invented a new way to 3d print molten glass. This is the first time that glass has been printed in liquid hot form.   

Micron had succeeded in printing ‘soft’ glass at a temperature of 850 degrees, as well as borosilicate glass at a melting temperature of 1640 degrees Celsius! 

There is a wide variety of glass 3D Printing applications, which are used in a variety of ways in the art industry, medicine, security, architecture, aerospace and many other areas.

We are looking for a strategic investor for the molten glass-printing field, which is fast becoming the next HOT area.

Read more here and here.

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