Latvia-based Neurotechnology developing new 3D printing process that uses ultrasonic waves

Latvia-based Neurotechnology developing new 3D printing process that uses ultrasonic waves

Researchers from Neurotechnology, a Latvia-based software development company, are in the process of developing a new type of 3D printing that uses ultrasonic manipulation to build up objects bit by bit. The technology, developed by the company’s Ultrasound Research Group, is currently patent-pending. According to Neurotechnology, the new 3D printing method could be used to print or assemble virtually any type of object, as it can be used with a versatile and broad range of materials and components. That is, by using ultrasonic manipulation—a “non-contact” method—the researchers say that anything from tiny submillimeter particles to sensitive electronic components can […]

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