Mar 15, 2024

Stanford’s 3D printer can now print million dust-sized particles a day

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These small particles that look like dust to the naked eye are highly detailed and can be customized to suit a wide variety of needs ranging from microfluidics to vaccine delivery and even microelectronics, a press release has said.

3D printing or additive manufacturing at a macroscale level has matured at the market level, where items like shoes, hearing aids, and even household goods can be made using this technique.

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