A new way of manufacturing three-dimensional carbon objects has been opened. 2 октября, 2021


Celvin Fu, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Delaware, developed a new three-dimensional printing method, which allows you to create various volumetric objects from carbon nanotubes.

Previously, this was considered impossible, since it is difficult to make it so that dense highly concentrated carbon inks proceed through a 3D printer and formed three-dimensional structures. However, the scientist claims that he found another way.

So far, Fu does not disclose the principle of work of the new technology, but plans to tell how he did it in November at the international conference and the exhibition of mechanical engineering IMECE.

Using its own technique, he published a variety of complex three-dimensional objects from carbon nanotubes, including tiny copies of the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China, the face of a small pig, honeycomb and the logo of their university. Each of them has a width of just a few centimeters and is durable. At the same time, objects are so easy to stay on the inflorescence of the ripe dandelion, without destroying it.

The technology allows you to make durable polymer composites from several materials with unique properties. Since carbon nanotubes are carried out and chemically stable, new composites can be used in batteries, electronics, sensors, water purification and desalination systems, medical implants and many other things.

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