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Graphene ink for 3D-printed objects

Northwestern University in the USA claim an ink that could allow 3D-printed products for electronics and biomedical applications. The key is the concentration of graphene in the ink which they have increased to 60% from the more usual 20%. This is achieved by aligning the graphene flakes through extrusion and the use of a biocompatible, biodegradable and hyperelastic polyester as a binder in...
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Graphene ink for 3D-printed objects

Northwestern University in the USA claim an ink that could allow 3D-printed products for...