In a way, 3D printing is a misnomer — it’s actually stacking a series of 2D layers atop each other, instead of growing a single object. This is where Carbon3D may change things. It just introduced a 3D printing process, Continuous Liquid Interface Production, that produces genuine, contiguous 3D products by blasting a resin pool with jolts of light (that solidifies the resin) as well as oxygen (which will keep it in a liquid state). This technique looks like it took it’s inspiration from the T-1000 robot in Terminator 2 — solid objects arise out of an amorphous liquid.
TED 2015: Terminator-inspired 3D printer grows objects
Is this Carbon3D’s final product? I’m sure it’s not – or as Ahnuld would say, “I’ll be back”[Source:http://carbon3d.com/news/]