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3D Printing True Electronic Parts with Todays Technology

Pamela J. Waterman – Mar 15, 2016

3d printed electronicsIf you think 3D printing can only produce parts with structural functions, think again.  Most engineers and consumers assume 3D printing could only build a physical part from layers of plastic, metal or perhaps bio-active materials. But 3D printing of electronics has emerged as a viable option.

The first commercially available 3D-printing (additive manufacturing) system for electrical applications was launched more than a decade ago and since then developments in this field continue to emerge.

There are several approaches and materials involved in this process which will be discussed in this blog.

Read on and know more about:

  • Conductive 3D-Printing Filament
  • Silver Trace Deposition Approaches
  • Other Creative Designs

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