Graphene Makes 3D Printing Electronics Possible

3D printers are transforming industries from food to space shuttle parts. With graphene filament (the material 3D printers use) printing functional conductive objects is now possible! Print a lamp, print a gameboy, it's all possible with 3D printing.
Aug. 22, 2014 - PRLog -- 3D printers have changed the way industry operates. With 3D printers being accessible to people more so than prior, the printers are now much more economically friendly.

Graphene has now been introduced in the evolution of additive manufacturing. Now, with different materials, composites and conductive/reactive materials included being used with 3D printing technologies more and more is becoming possible.

It is generally expensive to 3D print custom circuits and electronics unless you are buying wholesale supplies or are outsourcing. Outsourcing the production of electronics is typically a risky move unless a relationship has already been established with the manufacturer.

With 3D printing though, being able to customize and design on the fly under your own control is possible. Being able to design, create, scan over, and recreate the end product is a benefit that only can be had when manufacturing a product with your own personal oversight. 3D printers have evolved so much in recent years, and graphene being used which of course is conductive is just another innovation that will further influence this progression.

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