Some people may have heard of the application of 3D printing in electronics industry, but there are still many people who don't understand the specific applications of this technology in the electronics industry. Let's take a look together.
By embedding sensors in 3D-printed parts, one-way and two-way communication can be established with equipment and devices. This method of creating intelligent devices has enormous potential for various industries that require remote monitoring.
The ability to track performance indicators and machine functions is particularly useful in industries that bear a lot of engineering and maintenance responsibilities.
Recently, network makers have been using 3D printing to customize electronic products, while researchers have been thinking about materials that are storable, sensor-enabled, and conductive in 3D printing for the electronics industry.
Similarly, electronics manufacturers have added 3D printing elements to their products. These realities have made 3D printing technology increasingly popular in the electronics industry.
The medical industry has always been a major supporter of smart devices made through 3D printing, creating responsive technologies for real-time monitoring of physiological events, advanced diagnosis, and feedback connections.
One example comes from researchers at Curtin University in Western Australia, who have developed 3D-printed models and braces for the electronics industry that can improve patient care through sensor feedback.
The application of 3D printing in electronics industry is often used for accessory manufacturing, such as customized phone cases, brackets, mouse parts, keycaps, etc. These accessory productions are relatively simple.
This is because most of the 3D-printed materials used in the electronics industry are common PLA and ABS materials, which are suitable for printing these materials.
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