Lissac has announced that it will soon be offering its...

Lissac has announced that it will soon be offering its customers the 3D printings of their glass prototypes. The monochrome prototype, in blue, will be made by a stereo-lithographic printer using a UV-photoresist resin. Stereolithography, also known as 3D layering or 3D printing, is a process allowing the creation of ...

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