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Design Your First Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME)
Academic science, defense, and R&D labs, however, are exploring more unusual forms of conductive metal and polymer structures to test experiments and uncover new phenomena. Our latest research study features not conventional electronic components but rather an array of small metal structures that would be difficult, if not impossible, to fabricate any other way.
3D Printed 5G Antennas and Advanced AME Devices with AME Technology
View this presentation to understand the DragonFly technology for Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) as well as examples of devices designed and prototyped by University of Technology, Sydney.