MIT researchers use 3D printing to produce MEMS at one-hundredth usual cost

MIT researchers use 3D printing to produce MEMS at one-hundredth usual cost

Researchers at MIT’s Microsystems Technologies Laboratories have developed a method for producing high quality microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) using a 3D printed desktop device. These MEMS can be produced at one-hundredth the cost of a market alternative with no loss of quality. Microelectromechanical systems, commonly known as MEMS, is the technology of very small devices, one step up from nanoelectromechanical systems, or NEMS. MEMS, whose components typically range from 1 […]

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