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Create Your Own Packaging With Short-Run Printing

Production runs with hundreds of thousands of units made from a single setup are well known to be cost-effective. Once the design and equipment for printing are set up, the production is more efficient in manufacturing a larger number of units at once. This field is continuously changing with new modern digital production methods. That is why it is worth to take a look at the potential this opens up for the packaging industry. 

Covestro’s Step Forward In 3D Printing

Covestro’s Step Forward In 3D Printing

Covestro is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-tech polymer materials. Their products and application solutions can be found in many areas of modern life. Innovation and sustainability drive the company to constantly new developments – both in its products and in its processes and plants. Now the company is also dedicating itself to 3D printing. 

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Research Team from Tufts University Improves Metamaterial-Usage With Inkjet Technology

A team of engineers of the Boston Tufts University is turning to inkjet printing technology to improve the established use of metamaterials for mobile, communications and medical devices. As they are more amenable to the resolution of common fabrication methods, these changes might even create new options for the development of metamaterials for visible light.  

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Show Your Colors – Euro 2021 Jersey Designs

Football is coming home to Wembley stadium at the UEFA Euro 2021 finale this Sunday. But if England is going to snatch up the title again remains to be seen! One thing is certain though: the winning team will look good on the football field. 

Turning Solar Energy into Electricity with Laser Printing

Until now, the process of producing nanomaterials based on copper, cobalt and nickel oxides has required a great amount of energy and time. But this might be coming to an end soon thanks to a team from the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces.