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Problem Addressed

3D printing has become one of the most convenient approaches for on-demand prototyping. Through methods like laser sintering and ink jet printing, powdered metals can now be rapidly manufactured into electronics. Unfortunately, due to the complexity of high-temperature laser processes, 3D printing electronics is more expensive than industry-standard subtractive manufacturing methods like CNC milling. This technology proposes a cheaper additive manufacturing process for electronics through an innovative conductive ink composition.