3D Printing and Graphene Technology

3D printing, also known as accretive manufacturing, is a method of creating a three dimensional object subcaste- by- subcaste using a computer created design. 3D printing is an cumulative process whereby layers of material are confected up to produce a 3D part. Graphene is a veritably thin, strong material which consists of a single subcaste of carbon atoms, arranged in a pattern of six- sided shapes.

  • 4D Printing
  • Health sector
  • Food industry
  • Fashion industry
  • Firearm industry
  • Education sector
  • Transportation industry
  • Aerospace regulation
  • Multi-material 3D printing
  • Gun legislation and administration
  • Cultural heritage and museum-based digital twin
  • Polymerization
  • Exploring commercial applications
  • Ambipolar electron and hole transport
  • Chiral half-integer quantum Hall effect
  • Thermal conductivity Polycrystalline graphene


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