3D Printing Conference(Inside 3D Printing Mumbai DECEMBER 19-20, 2018 MUMBAI)

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Inside 3D Printing Mumbai
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DECEMBER 19-20, 2018


Nehru Centre
Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai


Aerosol Jet technology enables 3D printed electronics

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According to Aerosol Jet technology,” it can be ‘scaled’ in two distinct ways such as
Increased Print Feature Range or Multiplexing for Production.
Top Ten Aerosol Jet Advantages for 3D Printed Electronics, Digital printing – no masks or stencils, No plating or etching required, Feature sizes from 10 microns to millimeters,Print thickness from 100 nanometers to 10’s of microns Conformal printing on non-planar and 3D surfaces, Print interconnects and active/passive components,Print using commercially-available materials, Print bio-materials, Print on plastic, ceramic, and metallic substrates, Scalable to support high-volume production requirements”.



Aerosol Jet Technology for 3D Printed Electronics

3D Printing with a Unique New Layer-Based System

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I’ve never seen before printer like this that builds parts 3D Printing with a Unique New Layer-Based System. But my brother in law has the 3D printer. He used it to make parts for special appliances.

According to Hackaday, “this 3D printer builds up a part in layers but not as we’ve ever seen before. Impossible Objects has built a machine that prints each layer onto a substrate, stacks them up, then compresses and bakes the parts. The result is reinforced composite parts. They use carbon fiber reinforced polyether ether ketone (PEEK)”.

Industrial 3D Printing Uses Layers Like We’ve Never Seen Before