Advancing the Field of Flexible Electronics with 3D Printable Liquid Metal Alloy

Whenever I hear about liquid metal, I will always picture the T-1000 from Terminator 2 first. But in reality, 3D printed liquid metal can be used to develop innovations that are far…

3D Printing in Space: Optomec Wins NASA Contract to Develop Adaptive Laser Sintering System

Optomec is on a mission to advance 3D printed electronics, and they’ve been very busy and productive towards fulfilling that mission lately. A couple of weeks ago, the company received…

Nano Dimension Shows Off at CES 2017, Targets IoT with 3D Printed Flexible Circuit Connections

Probably the most exciting thing about new technology is the sense of potential; they say that wisdom lies in knowing what one does not know, and new technologies are certainly full of…

Graphene Flex Foam: Graphene 3D Lab Introduces New Lightweight, Flexible Graphene Material

Among the materials best poised to live up to their hype as a truly game-changing technology is graphene–and among the leaders in developing graphene as a viable material for use…

Research Team Furthers Quest to Expand 3D Printing Materials Options

I don’t think anybody questions the fact that 3D printing has done and continues to do amazing things. The questions being asked now are about how we can continue to…

U.S. Air Force Investigates 3D Printed Flexible Hybrid Electronics

U.S. Air Force Investigates 3D Printed Flexible Hybrid Electronics

August 18, 2015

At the 2015 meeting of the American Chemical Society, Dr. Benjamin Lever introduced research that is being conducted at the Air Force Research Lab at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in…


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