Researchers create flexible circuitry using 3D printing technology

07/11/2013 | TechHive

Researchers have devised a cutting-edge 3D printing technology that replaces ink with a liquid metal alloy that, among other things, could be used to create flexible circuitry. The method -- developed by technicians at North Carolina State University -- uses 75% gallium and 25% indium to create a conductive metal compound that is stretchable and flexible at room temperature.

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