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A Harvard Professor's Printed Batteries Could Revolutionalize our Gadgets

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From Wired today: http://www.wired.com/design/2013/12/...ing-batteries/


  • Harvard professor Jennifer Lewis has spent the last couple decades working on a series of smart "inks" that allow designers to create bespoke batteries and electrical contacts using entry-level 3-D printers. Photo: The Lewis Lab, Harvard University



If 3-D printers are ever going to live up to their promise as the factories of the future, they’ll need to do more than just pop out plastic doodads. MakerBots can churn out plastic Yoda heads all day long, but even relatively simple electromechanical constructions are still far beyond the capabilities of even the most advanced 3-D printers.

Full Article here: http://www.wired.com/design/2013/12/...ing-batteries/

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