Gallery: UK Engineers Create World’s First Working 3D Printed Electroni...

 

Researchers at the University of Warwick’s School of Engineering have discovered a way to manufacture working electronic devices using 3D printers. To date, the electronic inner workings of products have been manufactured separately from their outer plastic shells, but with the use of a new carbon-rich material called Carbomorph, researchers were able to 3d print working electronic devices including a computer game controller, a motion-sensing glove, and a smart mug that knows how full it is.

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  1. english cheese man May 31, 2013 at 7:27 am

    Maybe we can begin to take our manufacturing sites out of China.

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