For 3D printers, I've seen "TRANSLUCENT" material advertised for sale, some material even called "TRANSPARENT". I'm skeptical though, that a truly transparent object can actually be printed. Is this just a miss-translation of the two terms?
I can believe that a somewhat 'cloudy' or blurry item could be printed off, but nothing clear like glass or acrylic that we've all come to refer to as transparent.
Since we have a few people here with 3D printers, I figured this was the place to ask and to be set straight or educated. - Thanks