CityU invents a method to convert 3D-printed polymer into a 100-times stronger, ductile hybrid carbon microlattice material

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Researchers at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently discovered a low-cost, direct method to turn commonly used 3D printable polymers into lightweight, ultra-tough, biocompatible hybrid carbon microlattices, which can be in any shape or size, and are 100 times stronger than the original polymers.
Period7 Sep 2022

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TitleCityU invents a method to convert 3D-printed polymer into a 100-times stronger, ductile hybrid carbon microlattice material
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Media name/outletCity University of Hong Kong - Research Stories
PlaceHong Kong
Media typeWeb
Date7/09/22
Linkhttps://www.cityu.edu.hk/research/stories/2022/09/07/cityu-invents-method-convert-3d-printed-polymer-100-times-stronger-ductile-hybrid-carbon-microlattice-material