MIT researchers demo 3-D glass printing
Local Painting contractors - Tips - Service Advice - Repair, Maintenance & installation - By keeping the glass heated after printing, the researchers can control the cooling process, which allows the printed piece to cool gradually without breaking. To make sure the glass remains hot enough to work, the researchers developed a printer with multi-stage heating coils that keep the glass properly heated at each point of the production process. Once the glass has exited the printing nozzle, the object is built in a heated chamber that maintains a temperature just above the point where glass solidifies. The molten glass must leave the printing nozzle at a temperature that exceeds 1,000° C.
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