We have seen micro-printing in the 3D space before, including tiny batteries and circuit boards. These have all been single focus projects, until now. A new partnership has been announced by 3dprintingindustry.com that could mean…
It’s easy to appreciate big 3D printers, but what about the technologies that produce objects so small that they can’t be seen with the naked eye.
Japanese researchers make a discovery that brings us closer to 3D printed electronics: conductive microprinting.
If you think you’ve seen small printing, you need to check out Nanoscribe’s video of their latest printer, the Photonic Professional GT.