Advanced Manufacturing Technology Alert. 3D Printer for Printing Soft Objects from Fabric; Novel Method for Large-Scale Production of 2D Materials; Scalable Method for Energy Efficient Manufacturing of Aircraft Parts

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This issue profiles a 3D printer for printing soft objects from fabric, a novel method for large-scale production of 2D materials, and a scalable method for energy efficient manufacturing of aircraft parts.

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Advanced Manufacturing Technology Alert. 3D Printer for Printing Soft Objects from Fabric; Novel Method for Large-Scale Production of 2D Materials; Scalable Method for Energy Efficient Manufacturing of Aircraft PartsIn This Issue1. 3D PRINTER FOR PRINTING SOFT OBJECTS FROM FABRIC2. NOVEL METHOD FOR LARGE-SCALE PRODUCTION OF 2D MATERIALS3. SCALABLE METHOD FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT MANUFACTURING OF AIRCRAFT PARTS4. PATENT ANALYSIS OF MILLING PROCESS




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