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Liquid 3-D Printing Explained

This short video from Science looks at a new process of 3-D printing that promises to speed up the process. It is called continuous liquid interface production (CLIP). Instead of putting down one layer at a time in what can be a very lengthy production, CLIP works by projecting a series of ultraviolet images through a window below a vat of liquid resin. The UV light solidifies the resin, making smooth, intricate shapes at great speeds.

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