Patents Assigned to nScrypt, Inc. According to the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Brinkman Lab,” nScrypt’s direct print microextrusion process. The ceramic slurry is pneumatically extruded through a 100-micron diameter ceramic nozzle to build up a 3D printed spiral anode layer”.
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