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Additive Manufacturing News Unpeeled: Desktop 3D Printed Glass & Solid State Polymer Electrolytes

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Today we hear about Cranktown City making a desktop glass bead sintering 3D printer, Nagami using six axis robots to make beautiful design objects. A paper from Nature Materials and Monash University researchers Professor Aijun Huang and Yuman Zhu who through a facile heat treatment get between 50% to 70% stronger Beta C titanium using 3D printing obtaining 1600 MPa. UNSW researchers Cyrille Boyer, Nathaniel Corrigan and Kenny Lee tell us through Advanced Materials how they 3D printed solid state polymer electrolytes.

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