3D printing technology can be use to manufacturing glass like objects. In this process, it’s converting a powdery substance via a heating process into a solid form is known as sintering. Some existing 3D printers are already using laser technology to create very precise 3D objects from a variety of powdered plastics, resins, metals like materials. Sand and solar energy are widely available natural sources in the desert environment. With combining those natural sources, it’s possible to make glass like objects and using almost 100% free energy and sand as raw material. If the sun can produce enough heat rays to melt sand to the melting point and allow to cool, when it’s solidifies it become a glass like object. The 3D objects being the exact physical counterparts of the computer-drawn 3D designs entered by the designer.

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