Supplementary Materials

Rapid, large-volume, thermally controlled 3D printing using a mobile liquid interface

David A. Walker, James L. Hedrick, Chad A. Mirkin

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Movie S1
IR Thermal Mapping with No Flow (corresponds to Fig. 2A of main text; see Fig. 2A for scale); Video plays at 100x actual speed.
Movie S2
IR Thermal Mapping of Flow with No Cooling (corresponds to Fig. 2B of the main text; see Fig. 2B for scale); Video plays at 100x actual speed.
Movie S3
IR Thermal Mapping of Flow with Cooling (corresponds to Fig. 2C of the main text; see Fig. 2C for scale); Video plays at 100x actual speed.
Movie S4
Drilling of Machinable Hard Urethane Acrylate Resin (corresponds to Figure 4A of the main text); Video plays at actual speed.
Movie S5
Flame Test of Silicon Carbide Ceramic Print (corresponds to Figure 4B of the main text); Video plays at actual speed.
Movie S6
Butadiene Rubber of Varying Elasticities (corresponds to Figure 4C,D of the main text); Video plays at 100x actual speed.
Movie S7
Compression of Butadiene Rubber Lattice (corresponds to Figure 4E of the main text); Video plays at 100x actual speed.
Movie S8
Print of 30 cm x 30 cm Hex-Tube Lattice (corresponds to Figure 4F of the main text); 3D latticed printed at 120 μm/sec. Play speed is at 100x real speed.