3D Printer Pulls Eiffel Tower Out of Liquid Goo
Carbon3D believes 3D printing hasn't lived up to its name—that's all about to change
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but at the rate of construction of ‘one iconic structure every seven minutes’ one wonders if Carbon3D doesn’t have the old adage in its sights.
//Post by PSFK.
Harnessing the power of CLIP—Continuous Liquid Interface Production—Carbon3D is calling 3D printing’s bluff. While the still-bourgeoning tech has given us self-defense dresses and brain-operated helmets it’s done it in the shadow of limited material options, frequent jams, and, most crucially, long production times. As a result, it’s failed to live up to its promise of upending manufacturing as we know it.