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Printed Electronics Enable Smart Sensors
The United Technologies Research Center and researchers at the University of Connecticut (UConn) are leveraging 3D printing technology to create wear sensors that can let operators know when a machine is damaged.
Boeing’s THREAD Prints Embedded Electronics, Optics
The process embeds strands of different materials groups such as copper, fiber optic, steel, nitinol, and others, and can also embed tubes into an item.
Fast PCB Prototypes
The new DragonFly 2020 inkjet printer from Nano Dimension can create complete printed circuit boards in just hours.

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GKN Teams with PostNord AB; Sets Up Partnership with EOS
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The companies are focused on logistics for 3D-printed parts. Collaboration set to reduce time...

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Authentic Teams with Autodesk for Additive Workflow
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It is collaborating with Autodesk to release an integration that makes use of Autodesk...

Deko 3D by Sepia Completes 3D Service Offering with Massivit 3D Printing Solution
The Massivit 1800 will complement the company’s CNC machines.

Editor’s Picks: Nov. 8-14 2018
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of...

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