3D-Printed Liquid Metal May Lead To Stretchy Electronics
North Carolina State University researchers have developed a process that creates free-standing flexible structures.
North Carolina State University researchers have developed multiple 3D printing techniques that create free-standing structures with drops of liquid metal. One technique involves stacking droplets of liquid metal on top of each other, which adhere to one another, but retain their own shape.
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