Liquid 3D Printing Explained

Scott Taylor
19 June 2015

This video from AAAS explains a new 3D printing process called CLIP (continuous liquid interface production), which could revolutionize 3D printing.

Scott Taylor

Scott Taylor is Acting Program Manager for CurioCity at Let’s Talk Science. He grew up watching bug-eyed monsters in sci-fi B-movies and dreaming of our future in space, and remembers being a young child watching the first astronauts walk on the Moon. Passionate about the importance of science education and understanding how science and technology impacts our society, he is still a sci-fi geek.    


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