Extrusion-Based Additive Manufacturing System for 3D Structural Electronics

The University of Texas at El Pasoseeks a partner for licensing 3D printedelectromechanical devices. Thesedevices are impact resistant and havehigher resolution than existingtechnology. Also, unlikeexisting technology, chemicalcleansing of component andinterconnection cavities isnot required with thistechnology. Chao Zhang czhang3@utep.edu 915-747-6717

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