Additive Manufacturing News Unpeeled: Smart Pipes and Smooth Elastomers

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CERN is making EU funded smart pipes that embed sensors in 3D printed pipe components to better manage heat. Swarms of drones are being used to build objects, Fraunhofer IWU develops a hexapod based 3D printing method that moves the build plate. A new technology allows for smooth thermoplastic elastomers that can be used for bellows.

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