RLP – Rapid Liquid Printing

RLP is developing a new class of 3D printers that can produce large-scale, high-resolution, soft and stretchable products in minutes with the highest quality industrial materials. We are working with researchers and industry-leading companies around the world on applications including medical devices, footwear, home goods, furniture, aviation, and automotive components.

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Rapid Liquid Printing is a new printing process, originally developed at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, where a liquid object is “drawn” in 3-dimensions within a gel suspension. The object cures while printing and then is ready for use with minimal post processing. RLP produces large-scale objects from high-grade materials such as rubber, foams, and plastics in a matter of minutes. Traditional 3D printing is restricted by slow speeds, limited build volumes, and poor material quality, which makes it unreliable as a mainstream manufacturing process. RLP changes the game for creating large-scale, elastomeric, airtight, and high quality products in minutes.

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