Tag: future

visualizing science and technology

Printed polymer gels for thermoelectric applications – Manuscript Published in Nature Communications

All new printed gel electrolytes have been produced and published in Nature Communications for their use in temperature sensors based on tuneable thermoelectric properties. By adjustments in the gel composition, the materials can exhibit positive or negative Seebeck coefficient (a measure of a materials thermoelectric behaviour). Using screen printing techniques, the materials and devices can…
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July 9, 2019 0

The NextFactory

The NextFactory is an All-in-one manufacturing machine designed for rapid prototyping package and micromechatronic systems. Doing away with multiple machines at different locations avoiding shipping and potential delays during production, the NextFactory is designed to produce prototype electronic devices within one day. On one platform, the NextFactory includes 3D printing, microassembly, quality management techniques and…
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November 19, 2017 0

Cinside – Making the invisible visible

Recently we made renders and animations of two conceptual prototypes. While only potential designs at this stage, the renders and animation show the purpose and the companies vision for the future. Cinside is a company operating out of Linköping, Sweden developing small penetrating radar systems to aid rescuers in evacuation efforts in disaster scenarios or…
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October 28, 2017 0