As specified by Optomec,¨Aerosol Jet is used to print antennas and sensors that conform to the shape of the underlying substrate such as a cell phone case. Aerosol Jet process supports multiple ink input devices allowing materials to be switched or even blended during printing.
On the basis of The company’s most recent order Santa Fe-based 3D printer startup Optomec said it has received $8 million worth of orders for its new printer technologies within the past few months.¨
As believed by Michael Spigel, CEO of Good Shepherd, and university President Bryon Grigsby, “Both institutions are putting research dollars into a research center that will help the faculty from Moravian University and practitioners from Good Shepherd work in conjunction with each other to improve the lives of the patients they serve.
As also said by Moravian University President Bryon L. Grigsby, “Our faculty are producing the next generation of occupational therapists and physical therapists that will be working in the field, and this opportunity allows us to explore ways to research new techniques and technologies in a practical environment. Good Shepherd is a leader in rehabilitation, and we’re able to use the actual practical nature of working with patients with these new products, see how they work and publish that information to the rest of the world.¨