The Mercury News: How to 3D print your own Rodin

The Mercury News: How to 3D print your own Rodin. “For all the hype over three-dimensional printing, it’s done little to revolutionize the world of manufacturing. An innovation out of two Bay Area labs could change that. The new method creates near-instantaneous objects that are smoother, more complex and far more elegant than current 3D printers produce. Called Computed Axial Lithography, it was conceived by scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and UC Berkeley.”