Researchers from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University, the Singapore Center for 3D Printing, and Panasonic Factory Solutions Asia Pacific constructed a multi-material three-dimensional (3D) printer for the rapid manufacture of flexible devices.
The printer induces thermal and chemical reactions via varying laser wavelengths to convert polyimide and graphene oxide into a new form of porous graphene.
Structures 3D-printed from this new substance are light, conductive, and capable of printing or coating onto flexible bases like plastics, glass, gold, and fabrics.
From Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
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