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Scientists produce first 3Dprinted magnets
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The 3D printer uses magnetic micro granulate to create intricately designed geometric patterns. The granulate structures are bound together by a special polymer. The printed product isn't actually magnetic fresh out of the machine. The granulate is
3D printing harnesses the power of magnets3D Printing Industry
3D print of polymer bonded rare-earth magnets, and 3D magnetic field scanning with an end-user 3D printer – ScitationScitation

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UPI.com

Scientists produce first 3Dprinted magnets
UPI.com
The 3D printer uses magnetic micro granulate to create intricately designed geometric patterns. The granulate structures are bound together by a special polymer. The printed product isn't actually magnetic fresh out of the machine. The granulate is
3D printing harnesses the power of magnets3D Printing Industry
3D print of polymer bonded rare-earth magnets, and 3D magnetic field scanning with an end-user 3D printer – ScitationScitation

all 18 news articles »

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