3D-Printed Glass Is Here, Via MIT Innovation
3D-printed glass is here. MIT has revealed a new glass printing process called G3DP, which prints optically transparent glass.
Reports say molten material is heated to 1900°F, and then squeezed through an alumina-zircon-silica nozzle, allowing for the material to be used for a nearly unlimited number of geometrical arrangements.
Watch the video below to see the entire process.