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ProtoSpace Uses AME To Print A Custom Multilayer Bandpass Filter

Dr. Yang and his team at UTS discovered a unique AME solution for 5G mm-wave circuit-in-package (CiP) designs

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McKinsey & Company Report: Machine Intelligence in business operations
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Micro AM: Small Parts, Big Deal for MultiVu
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Fabrica Precision Micro AM at AntiShock
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Additively Manufactured Multi-Material Ultrathin Metasurfaces

Controlling the wavefront and manipulating the polarization of the electromagnetic wave using an ultrathin flat device are highly desirable in many emerging fields.

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Additive Manufacturing for Rapid Prototyping Electronics: How Technology Has Evolved

What started as a single process involving photopolymers and a UV lamp has expanded into a range of manufacturing processes that use ever-more complex materials. Despite the popular idea that 3D printing is something a college student does in their dorm room, this technology is revolutionizing new product development and manufacturing. Industry has gone far […]

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Additive Manufacturing  vs. 3D Printing for Prototyping PCBs and Electronics

If you say the phrase “3D printing” to most people, it conjures images of depositing spools of plastic using a machine that looks nothing like a desktop printer. The technology is about 30 years old, but the systems and range of useful materials have gradually expanded over time.

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How Phased Array Antenna Manufacturers Benefit from Rapid Prototyping

Antennas come in all shapes and sizes. They can also be engineered to emit unique radiation patterns, in multiple bands, and at many different frequencies. If you need to include a directional antenna on your next PCB, and you aren’t satisfied with the availability of prepackaged components, you might consider printing your own antenna directly […]

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Do-It-Yourself 3D Printed Arduino PCB Prototype

A 2-layer Arduino board printed on Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro 3D printer. Should you 3D print an Arduino prototype in house, or should you outsource it? That’s the question developers face. Since Arduino is an open-source hardware, with some simple code, you can quickly develop new concepts for electronic products. However, development of customized Arduino prototypes […]