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Podcast: Weaving Nanomaterials With 3D Printed Machine

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This simple machine that uses the surface tension of water to grab and manipulate microscopic objects. (Credit: Manoharan Lab/Harvard SEAS)

This simple machine that uses the surface tension of water to grab and manipulate microscopic objects. (Credit: Manoharan Lab/Harvard SEAS)

In this episode, we talk about the simple, tunable machine created using common 3D printers for manipulating microscale objects to create the next generation of highly efficient antennas enabling the future of wireless communication.

In this episode, we talk about the simple, tunable machine created using common 3D printers for manipulating microscale objects to create the next generation of highly efficient antennas enabling the future of wireless communication. 


This podcast is sponsored by Duro.   


EPISODE NOTES

(5:55) - Simple Machine For More Powerful Cell Phones And WIFI

Episode 100 was brought to you by Duro, the PLM platform behind some of Farbod & Daniel’s favorite hardware products!

Click here to learn more about Duro and here to check out the webinar discussed in this episode about how Lumafield leverages Duro’s platform to create an industry leading product in an environment where efficiency and speed are key to success.


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