Researchers 3D print cellulose-based hydrogel with programmable deformation

A team of researchers from the University of Stuttgart, the University of Virginia, and Koc University, Istanbul, have 3D printed multimaterial parts with multidirectional stiffness gradients. By combining their expertise in materials engineering and digital processing, the researchers were able to create sets of cellulose-based filaments with varying mechanical and rheological properties, despite having similar […]

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