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3D Printer Creates Electronic Products in One Step, Harvard Researchers Say

Harvard researchers have announced a 3D printer capable of printing both thermoplastics and highly conductive silver inks that allow electronic products to be created on one process.

3D Printer Creates Electronic Products in One Step, Harvard Researchers Say

The printer will be sold by Voxel8, a company co-founded by Jennifer Lewis, a professor at Harvard's Wyss School of Biologically Inspired Engineering.

Voxel8's core engineering team consists of mechanical, software and materials engineers from Harvard and MIT and its core business team includes alumni of the Harvard Business School.

The company also partnered with Autodesk for use of its CAD software to create electronic designs that can then be uploaded to the 3D printer.

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The printer will be sold by Voxel8, a company co-founded by Jennifer Lewis, a professor at Harvard's Wyss School of Biologically Inspired Engineering.

Voxel8's core engineering team consists of mechanical, software and materials engineers from Harvard and MIT and its core business team includes alumni of the Harvard Business School.

The company also partnered with Autodesk for use of its CAD software to create electronic designs that can then be uploaded to the 3D printer.

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3D Printer Creates Electronic Products in One Step, Harvard Researchers Say