Secret Weapon: This Supersonic Blaster Rebuilds Jet Parts With Flying Powder – Cold Spray Printing

    There are other differences. While traditional 3D printers build parts from computer files, the cold-spray machine uses digital scans of actual jet engine parts to accurately reconstruct the broken part.

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    GE’s Huge 3D Metal Printer Makes Aircraft Parts – Want An Aircraft Part Quick?

    GE has the ability to print parts as large as 1 meter in diameter directly from a computer file.

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    High Energy 3D Accumulator

    This is an interesting technology brought to our attention by one of our readers (sfuchs) The video is really worthwhile watching especially taking to the battery with a pick axe A True Innovation in Batteries The HE3DA®  nanotechnology utilizes the high charge and...
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    Power a car for 500 miles and recharge in a minute

    As Simon will always question, charging a battery that can run a car for 500 miles in one minute will need a pretty impressive set of cables to do so. This claim may be realistic in that they are looking 6 years out before commercial production. Electric car-maker...
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    The Firm That Can 3D Print Human Body Parts – This Is 3D Bioprinting

    The process looks something like a hi-tech sewing machine weaving an emblem onto a garment.

    But soon the pattern begins to rise and swell, and a nose, constructed using a bio-ink containing real human cells, grows upwards from the glass, glowing brightly under an ultraviolet light.

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    New 3D-Printing Technique Uses UV Light To Print Working Electronic Circuits

    The researchers’ new approach involves printing circuits made of electrically conductive metallic inks and insulating polymeric inks. These can be produced in a single inkjet printing process, using an ultraviolet light to solidify the inks.

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    New Laser Technique Promises Photonic Devices Inside Of Silicon

    n research described in the journal Nature Photonics, the Turkey-based researchers have developed a 3D laser fabrication technique that deliberately creates the conditions for exploiting these interactions, known as nonlinear feedback mechanisms.

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    Butterfly wing inspires photovoltaics: Light absorption can be enhanced by up to 200 percent

    Nanostructures optimize light absorption in black butterflies -- principle can be transferred to photovoltaics for improving light harvesting in thin-film solar cells -- cell efficiency increase Light absorption rate by up to 200 percent Sunlight reflected by solar...
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    Unified Gravity Corporation is to manufacture and sell a fusion-based ion thruster and power generator

    This story grabbed my attention as they are now open to full peer review. Devices can be installed in every household and every car The ultimate goal for the Unified Gravity Corporation is to manufacture and sell a fusion-based ion thruster and power generator for...
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    Welch Foundation lauds Goodenough for battery research

    After returning from my latest Free Energy Machine bust adventure I found this article while waiting at the Airport. It is a good read but raises a few red flags about the latest Lithium project. . It however pays tribute to one of the great scientists who deserves...
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    3-D printer makes first wearable ‘battery’

    Imagine printing off a wristband that charges your smartphone or electric car with cheap supplies from a local hardware store. That's the direction materials research is heading at Brunel University London where scientists have become the first to simply and...
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    Research finds microscopic defects make batteries better

    High-performance electrodes for lithium-ion batteries can be improved by paying closer attention to their defects, according to new research by scientists at Rice University. A much larger surface area than previously thought. In a study led by materials scientist...
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    New Material for Better Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered a family of anode materials that they claim can double the charge capacity of lithium-ion battery anodes. This means that the batteries that we use in everything...
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    Australia Pursues the Sodium Battery Dream

    An Australian team is looking to commercialize a large-scale sodium battery technology, despite the chemistry’s long and checkered history.  Sodium-ion battery pack Researchers at the University of Wollongong (UOW), New South Wales, are developing a 5-kilowatt-hour...
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    Trucks start rolling down California eHighway

    Although the idea is over a century old, and also being tested in Europe, this is not a bad idea. Will see in future years if it gets some legs. Overhead catenary wires Siemens started testing its "eHighway of the Future" concept in Germany back in 2012, with...
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    Introduction of the Key Ring Atom

    I've had the privileged of being introduced to a new spin on the structure of an atom. Now pretty much everyone who remembers their physics 101 knows that the atom is described as a combination of Proton(s) and Neutron(s) as a core and one or more electron rotating...

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