3D Printing Industry

Scientists from Binghamton University 3D print reconfigurable liquid metal lattice

Scientists from Binghamton University’s Watson School of Engineering have used 3D printing to produce a reconfigurable liquid metal lattice hand. Created by combining liquid metal with a 3D printed shell skeleton, the metal appendage would not look out of place as part of the shape-shifting T-1000 terminator. The novel hybrid manufacturing approach integrates 3D printing, […]

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