Development of 3D Printed Integrating sensors with ETPU 95-250 Carbon Black, bending / force / resistance / Binary Push-button / vibration sensors.
This Master Thesis, to develop 3D Printed Integrating sensors, covers both FDM printing using the conductive and flexible filament ETPU 95-250 Carbon Black and also the metal powder proprietary binder-jetting AM technology developed by Höganäs AB. Magalie Darnis has made a very deep and interesting study that will help you understand more regarding sensors manufactured using additive manufacturing.
Download: “Integrating sensors in components using additive manufacturing” Master Thesis by Magalie Darnis, Hochschule Esslingen – University of Applied Sciences, work done in Höganäs, Sweden at/in cooperation with Höganäs AB and DIGITAL METAL® A HÖGANÄS GROUP COMPANY
Read more about Magalie Darnis here…
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