Spanish researchers 3D print resin parts capable of self-detecting structural damage

A team of researchers from Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid have 3D printed a set of self-sensing composite parts using DLP 3D printing technology. By reinforcing a commercially available photopolymer resin with carbon nanotubes (CNTs), the scientists were able to further functionalize it with electrical conductivity, citing promising applications in structural health monitoring. The researchers […]

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