3D-Printed Composite Is Lighter Than Wood And Stiffer Than Concrete



Future Technology, 3D-Printed Composite, Carbon-fiber epoxy honeycombs mimic the material performance of balsa wood
Carbon-fiber epoxy honeycombs mimic the material performance of balsa wood
Harvard engineers use new resin inks and 3D printing to construct lightweight cellular composites…
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