Scientists from the University of North Carolina in the United States has learned a new 3D technology: printing chips for flexible electronics molten metal.
According to many publications, the researchers did a replacement of the functional ink in favor of metal alloys. The melting point of such alloys is 60 degrees, the list came mostly elastic polymers, as well as paper and glass.
In addition, the production used electrohydrodynamic printing of good quality, used in various industries. Thanks to this technology, scientists have obtained the circuit which is very well preserved, even in spite of partial deformation.
According to the authors of the development, this discovery may help in substantial cost reduction in manufacturing circuits.
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