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Direct-write technology drives additive manufacturing

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✍️ Author: Ramsey Stevens

🔖 Topics: 3D Printing, Direct-Write Print

🏢 Organizations: nano3DPrint

Direct-write 3D printing technology uses a micro-dispenser to precisely deposit nanoscale multi-materials over a substrate and produce complex shapes in layers. The direct-write additive manufacturing method employs materials such as metals, composites, and ceramics and offers several benefits, including reduced build times, minimal waste, and lower production costs.

With the ability to integrate materials seamlessly and directly embed electronics, industries such as healthcare, professional sports, and automotive can expect direct-write 3D printing technology to develop new smaller smart objects.

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