3D printing graphene for electronic devices: Page 2 of 2

November 04, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
3D printing graphene for electronic devices
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have used inks with flakes of graphene for 3D printing sensors and devices

measurements  to provide detailed structural and functional understanding of inkjet-printed graphene polymers, and the effects of heat treating the material on performance.

The next steps for the research are to better control the deposition of the flakes by using polymers to influence the way they arrange and align and trying different inks with a range of flake sizes. The researchers also hope to develop more sophisticated computer simulations of the materials and the way they work together, developing ways of mass-manufacturing they devices they prototype.


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