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The Future Is Now: 3-D Printers Are Poised to Disrupt the Economy

For years we've heard about how 3-D printing, or additive manufacturing, has been used in industries that require unique parts and customization like healthcare, military, automotive and aerospace. We've seen an expansion in materials...

source: By Ronnie Richard
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Growing demand for sports products is ramping up pressure for product designs that deliver consistently high performance and reliability, ease of use, affordability and safety. Developers are increasingly turning to advanced polymers, compounds and reinforcements, as well...

source: Plastics Engineering

Home to the largest air mobility wing in the U.S. Air Force, the Travis Air Force Base in California is using 3D printing to develop a cost-effective solution for replaceable handles on military-grade thermoses.

source: 3D Printing Industry

Cambridge-based 3D printing service Print My Part has been working with Ramiro M. Joly-Mascheroni, a PhD student within the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit at City, University of London to develop and produce visual stimuli for...

source: 3DPrint.com

Conjugated polymers are macromolecules recognized by their backbone of alternating single and double bonds. This conjugated system of pi-bonds creates a delocalized system of pi-electrons above and below the plane of the bonds. This arrangement...

source: The Boar

Organic solar cells are promising alternatives to silicon-based ones due to the low cost of their manufacturing technology, the low consumption of raw materials, their reduced weight and the flexibility of plastic substrates.

source: Nanowerk

Polymer plastic solar cells can be more efficient and have more stability, according to new research. Polymer plastic solar cells remain an industry priority because of their light weight, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. Adding a common inert polymer, called polystyrene,...

source: Futurity

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