Draper puts aersol jet to test with 3D printed Bluetooth transceiver

Draper puts aersol jet to test with 3D printed Bluetooth transceiver

Aerosol jet printing (AJP) is a technique for spraying metal-based inks developed by industrial manufacturer Optomec. Its ability to adhere to readymade surfaces and make multimaterial objects makes the technique highly desirable in the consumer electronics market, where demand for device prototypes is at an all time high. To assess AJP in practice, and better understand its potential, a team at Draper Laboratory have performed a test based on the technology’s ability to replicate part of a wireless Bluetooth transceiver. Aerosol jet printed part of a Bluetooth microprocessor. Photo via Draper Laboratory Low-cost multimaterial electronics Draper Laboratory is a […]

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