3D printer makes light, strong micro trusses

03/25/2014 | Computerworld

Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology employed a Nanoscribe 3D printer to make microscopic trusses and shells that they say are lighter than water and as strong as steel. Composed of a ceramic-polymer composite material, the structures measure about 50 nanometers in thickness.

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