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Liquid-phase 3-D metal printing for low melting conductive metals


Researchers at the Beijing Key Laboratory of CryoBiomedical Engineering described a new 3-D printing method using low melting metal alloy ink. The melting point of the alloy is slightly more than room temperature. This liquid-phase printing technique is suitable for the manufacture of a conductive metal product in various dimensions. Unlike the traditional 3-D printing, the liquid-phase printing technique is devoid of the air cooling process that results in oxidation of the metal. more

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