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Graphene-Based Nano-Inks: Creating Small Supercapacitors

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University distinguished professor of physics Christopher Sorensen and assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering Suprem Das from Kansas State University led a study that displayed possible ways to create graphene-based nano-inks for 3D manufacturing of supercapacitors in printable and flexible electronics form.

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3D Printing Is A Game-Changer For The Power Sector

3D printing is the way forward for the power sector, says leading data and analytics company GlobalData. The future technology is proving itself as an effective advancement for wind power and is about to conquer other parts of the industry as well. Siemens, GE, Rosatom and Westinghouse have been early adapters in the industrialization of 3D printing.

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Packaging that heats itself

Convenience food has come a long way from the days when sandwiches, chocolate bars and potato chips were the only choices. Still, there are not too many options for warm, healthy and convenient meals or beverages that don’t involve a stop. HeatGenie now developed a self-heating solution that could take the concept of smart packaging to a new level.

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Future Links July 21st 2015

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature a wireless smart cap for milk cartons, new research on graphene inks for batteries, tips for switching suppliers for wide format digital inks, BASF’s work on artificial 3D printed skin, a partnership between Citizen Systems Europe and Datalogic, the challenges of structural packaging innovation and a debate about who decides what paper to use.

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Future Links CW 39


In this week’s future links you gain fresh insights in the printing industry with Amazon’s new printing service, 3D printed glasses with Yuniku, the carbon neutral rating for BrunelPrint, UV offset inks by Toyo Ink, and a tribute to paper by Antalis.

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