The 3D Printer

By Matthew McMain

This specific 3D Printer allows people to grow ordinary liquids into 3D objects. The California-based startup Carbon3D has developed a new technique called Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP). This allows this specific printer to print anywhere from 25-100 times faster than regular 3D printers. Clip uses a light system to grow objects out of a pool of UV-Curable resin.
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Advanced RP, Inc: 3D Printing Professionals 302 Satellite Blvd NE Suwanee, GA 30024

This place is where they use 3D printers and it is located in suwanee near suwanee crossroads.