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August 26, 2019

Print flexible electronics with the nano3Dprint A2200 and stretchable conductive pastes.

 

Read the article about the latest developments on stretchable conductive pastes:

 

"Researchers in Shanghai are delving further into 3D printing conductors, with their findings recently published in ‘A highly transparent and ultra-stretchable conductor with stable conductivity during large deformation.’ Authors Zhouyue Lei and Peiyi Wu follow up on the increasing development of stretchable conductors and improvements being made in their electromechanical properties, along with studying issues with deformation and defects—and ways to break through such limits."

Sources (Article & Image):

https://3dprint.com/251110/3d-printing-conductivity-fabricating-ultra-stretchable-conductors/

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-11364-w

 

Ooo stretchy! Think of the possiblitities!

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