New Harvard laser 3D printer prints metal structures in mid-air by lasering nanoparticles

New Harvard laser 3D printer prints metal structures in mid-air by lasering nanoparticles

All futurists agree: the consumer electronics of the future will be flexible, wearable and packed with sensors and antennas to perform a wide range of (biomedical) functions. They sound great, but unfortunately today?s production techniques are suitable for little more than flat, bulky and rigid devices. But a new Harvard 3D printing innovation could change all that.

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