Seeking a solution for comfortable wearable electronics, Chinese researchers have developed a way to simply print flexible fibres onto transitional textiles or clothes.
Researchers are developing an eco-friendly, 3D-printable solution for producing wireless IoT sensors that can be used and disposed of without contaminating the environment.
The single-head MakerGear M3-SE and independent dual-head MakerGear M3-ID 3D printers provide industrial-grade precision for the prototyping and production of finished components.
Emona Instruments is bringing high-technology 3D printing solutions to Australian industry for electronics R&D, manufacturing, research and education with the printing of multilayer PCBs, as well as resistors, capacitors, antennas, sensors and thin film transistors.
Researchers have used a customised, low-cost 3D printer to print electronics on a real hand for the first time.
The Model 1101 is a rugged COTS colour inkjet printer that utilises a highly ruggedised commercial off-the-shelf print engine. The printer is said to save time and resources with rapid start-up times and print speeds up to 18 ppm.
Nova Integration Solutions (NIS) has announced the Model 1250 — a wide-format, colour inkjet printer. It offers 4800 x 1200 dpi optimised photo-quality colour printing and is capable of printing up to 28 x 43 cm sheets.
Robo 3D's 3D printers were developed in conjunction with Outerspace Design as printers that are fun and easy to use.
The Sintratec desktop laser sintering 3D printers can print complex objects without the need for additional support structures.
The Toshiba B-FP3 mobile printer produces 3″ wide receipts and labels.
A new method for producing high-quality conductive graphene inks has been developed by a research collaboration led by the University of Cambridge.
The Markforged Mark X fibre composite 3D printer offers prototyping- and manufacturing-scale parts printing in mining, manufacturing, renewables, medical prosthetics and electronics/telecommunications applications.
Emona Instruments has been announced as the distributor of the Optomec range of production-grade additive manufacturing systems for 3D-printed metals and 3D-printed electronics in Australia and New Zealand.
Aerosol Jet technology, an additive manufacturing process developed by Optomec, is being used for the high-volume production of electronic devices.
The RepRapPro Ormerod 2 is a single-colour 3D printing machine. It is easy to expand in functionality, fast to replicate and fast to assemble.