3D Printed Nozzles Turbocharge Microsphere Production – Hackaday


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3D Printed Nozzles Turbocharge Microsphere Production
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Researchers at MIT have used 3D printing to open the door to low-cost, scalable, and consistent generation of microencapsulated particles, at a fraction of the time and cost usually required. Microencapsulation is the process of encasing particles of

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3D Printed Nozzles Turbocharge Microsphere Production
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Researchers at MIT have used 3D printing to open the door to low-cost, scalable, and consistent generation of microencapsulated particles, at a fraction of the time and cost usually required. Microencapsulation is the process of encasing particles of

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