In the past few years, 3D printing technology has quietly come to our side, and we have been able to see the use of 3D printing technology created some amazing products. Because 3D technology impress us that has been using 3D technology to print a variety of items for the past 10 years. Now, it's been a reality to be able to print batteries by using 3D printing technology.
In the past years, 3D printing battery has caused many problems. However this can be achieved currently, new ink and 3D tool now makes printing lithium-ion battery a reality. Technology Review recently visited Jennifer Lewis, Harvard University materials scientist, to see her progress on a 3D printed batteries, although it is in the early stages, but it seems that we will not wait too long time until we print out a pair of battery .
Lewis uses a technology, which uses a series of "functional inks can be cured into a battery and simple components, including electrodes, wires and antennas." These ingredients then deposited by high pressure extruder has a very high precision, and then forced out of the ink at room temperature. The material is then dried quickly to form a necessary part of the printing 3D battery only takes a few minutes. Now, the next step is to see how long they last.
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