Researchers have used hydroprinting - a new and versatile technique - to prepare conductive features on 3D objects.
A metal matrix composite which uses a continuous fibre SiC reinforcement coupled with a Ti-5Al-5Mo-5V-3Cr (Ti-5-5-5-3) matrix is presented.
The fundamental capabilities of inkjet and aerosol jet printing relevant to electrochemical devices are reviewed and future challenges are discussed.
This old dog has a new trick: an adapted lithography technique allows precise variation of the composition of 1D materials during fabrication.
Ford tests large-scale 3D printing with light-weighting and personalization in mind.
The group of Kit Parker at Harvard University has developed a new system that uses point-and-shoot manufacturing to rapidly produce aligned nanofibers.