More Glass 3D Printing Experiments

The folks at the University of Washington continue their experiments with 3D printing with glass, and it’s looking even better now. Here are some of their latest results:


More Glass 3D Printing Experiments

A glass pot, this time fired at a different heating temperature curve than previous experiments. Notice the glassy sheen. They’re getting close!

More Glass 3D Printing Experiments
A test glass puck, post-firing painted with Pebeo paint. 
More Glass 3D Printing Experiments
Another test pot, this one accidentally broken – but it does look very much like a glass item.

Via Open3DP

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