3D Printing 2.0
Innovators continue to make the technology faster and better. 3D printing is no exception.
Take for example, CLIP 3D printing technology, which was unveiled at TED last year. CLIP, which stands for Carbon’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production, is layerless and allows for printing speeds of up to 25-100 times faster, according to this article
Rivaling CLIP 3D printers is a series of continuous resin 3D printers produced by a husband and wife team at Gizmo 3D. Again according to an article published by 3DPrintingIndustry.com
, Gizmo’s printers can print objects at a speed of roughly seven inches per hour.
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