Engineers from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, have successfully printed the first functional electronic device using a standard 3D printer using a new form of plastic which conducts electricity. This development is considered as a significant development in the 3D printing in electronics.
As of now, the 3d printing technology is at it’s highest peak. We are witnessing various wonders of this amazing additive manufacturing process which is making our life simpler and productive. When we talk about which is the most 3d printing leveraging industry? it’s undoubtedly the automobile industry. From car wheels, chassis, steering to various custom accessories, everything is possible.
As the craze of wearable devices is increasing, the manufacturing companies are pushing their limits to deliver the best in class and better battery life devices to the customers. All the wearable devices are not the same, every device is different from each other and has a different power requirement.