There’s nothing worse on Christmas morning than when your kid opens a present to find a shiny, noisy, lights-blinking toy with the words “BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED” stamped across the front of the box.
Let’s face it, these energy storage devices are something we can’t live without these days, so it’s nice to know that many researchers are investing time and resources into figuring out how to 3D print batteries. Granted, it won’t be much help this Christmas, as batteries aren’t the sort of thing you can quickly print out on your average desktop system. But, there are other advantages to 3D printing batteries .
Blackstone Resources AG , a Swiss Holding Company, is focused on the battery metals market, and has been investing in next-gen battery technology through its German subsidiary, Blackstone Technology GmbH. The company just announced that it’s reached several […]
As solutions like remote care are becoming the norm, 3D-printing disrupts the normal supply chain and even the number...