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Why Additive Manufacturing and 3D-Printing May Also be the Key to Future Electronics Design

Fig. 1: 3D printed 2-layer Arduino Board printed on the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer Electronics manufacturing is in the throes of a quiet transformation built around specialty 3D printers and advanced materials working together to create fully functional electronic parts. Breakthroughs in additive manufacturing today include using specialty 3D printers to build functional electronics . It’s somewhat of a novelty, but its promise has wide-reaching implications for some of the world’s largest industries. Advances already being made around these specialty 3D printers will lead us to new capabilities and radically altered design and production processes. Developments on the horizon include faster printing speeds, higher resolution printing, and increased printing sizes and capabilities for incorporating multiple types of materials – including the ability to use multiple materials while printing a single object. Innovation Within an Innovative Field Already, 3D printers for printed electronics are being deployed for printed circuit board […]

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