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New Direct Write technology allows to print sensors directly onto parts [Innovation]
posted June 11 2014 9:56.28 by spic0m




Introducing another additive technology GE researchers are working with..."3D Inking" or Direct Write. This technology could allow to print sensors directly onto parts, so that more data can be collected and real-time analytics and conditional monitoring can be achieved.



[Link: GE Research]
 
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