South Korean 3d printer prints thinner than red blood cell

a team of researchers at UNIST has announced that they have developed a high-resolution 3D printing technology that is capable of printing electronic circuits on plastic, metallic or magnetic nanoparticles that are curved and much flexible. According to the team, led by Prof. Jang-Ung Park (School of Materials Science and Engineering), they have succeeded in imprinting ultra-fine 3D patterns that are as small as 0.001 mm in size. This is thinner than a red blood cell.

Source: Realizing Futuristic 3D Printing TechnologyUNIST News Center | UNIST News Center

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