Lithuania-based Neurotechnology introduces a new 3D printing technology based on ultrasonic manipulation technology.
Read more about it at 3DPrint.com: https://3dprint.com/179097/neurotechnology-ultrasonic-3dp/
“The demonstration prototype employs an array of ultrasonic transducers for the positioning of electronic components on a PCB board. In order to ensure high positioning accuracy, it uses a camera for detecting the position of the PCB and the various electronic components. A laser is used for soldering the elements onto the PCB in a non-contact way, complementing the non-contact component manipulation.”[Video: Neurotechnology]
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