Carbomorph - Evan MantriEvan Mantri

December 7, 2012


enables anyone to 3D-print functioning electronics:

Engineers at the University of Warwick have developed ‘Carbomorph’, a conductive 3D printable plastic which allows circuits to be printed, meaning the pieces can actually work. The big selling point here is that the material is compatible with off-the-shelf 3D printers. So in the long term this technology makes it possible to 3D print personal electronics at home.

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