New liquid 3D printer could print objects 100 times faster

By Business Insider

Mar 20, 2015

Rapid prototyping may soon get a whole lot more rapid, thanks to an entirely new method of 3D printing. Instead of taking hours to 3D-print something, it might soon take minutes.

UNC-Chapel Hill researchers, who described their new process in the journal Science, named it CLIP for "continuous liquid interface production."

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