The molten glass sewing machine.

Abstract

We present a fluid-instability-based approach for digitally fabricating geometrically complex uniformly sized structures in molten glass. Formed by mathematically defined and physically characterized instability patterns, such structures are produced via the additive manufacturing of optically transparent glass, and result from the coiling of an extruded… (More)
DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2016.0156

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@article{Brun2017TheMG, title={The molten glass sewing machine.}, author={P. Brun and Chikara Inamura and Daniel Lizardo and Giorgia Franchin and Michael C. Stern and Peter Houk and Neri Oxman}, journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences}, year={2017}, volume={375 2093} }