New 3-D Printer Transforms Liquids into Solid Objects in Minutes

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A new 3-D printing technique shines light rays onto this yellow liquid, creating solid, 3-D objects. The syrupy liquid is light sensitive and hardens when exposed to a certain amount of light. Nicknamed the Replicator, the printer custom-makes objects like a model of a jaw, a mini-screwdriver, or even The Thinker. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Show ID: 35129]

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