Micron3DP installs first batch of in-house glass 3D printers

From 3ders.org
March 15, 2017 - 9:06am
Israel-based 3D printer company Micron3DP has completed the first internal installations of its unique glass 3D printer. The 3D printer reportedly uses an FDM-style process to deposit 1000°C molten glass at layer thicknesses as fine as 100 microns. Regular readers may know a thing or two about Micron3DP, an Israel-based company that has garnered attention for its development of glass 3D printing technology. Nobody outside of Micron3DP has used one of the company’s top-secret glass 3D printers, but the company has revealed that the printer uses an FDM-style process to heat up molten glass to 1000°C before depositing it at surprisingly high resolution.


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