New research seems to have developed a way to 3D print bioelectronic components.
Nano Dimension announced a partnership with XPTL to develop a new conductive ink for their systems that is based on nanoparticles.
Researchers have found a way to print liquid crystals with iridescence and polarization patterns.
A method of converting the popular Ender 3 desktop 3D printer to a color printer has been published.
BotFactory released a new resistive ink to enable their PCB 3D printers to create more electronic components.
Could high-power components be 3D printed? It seems so after new research from the University of Manchester, where a material to 3D print supercapacitors has been discovered.