Additive Manufacturing Podcast: 3D Printed Electronics

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Additive Manufacturing Podcast: 3D Printed Electronics

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Welcome to the second episode of the CADimensions Additive Manufacturing Podcast in front of our brand new Desktop Metal 3D Printer. Here’s what we talked about on the show:

Apple Patents

Our discussion starts with a couple of new patents Apple recently received involving 3d printing using triangular tessellation and 3D printing system patents using augmented reality.

-Apple Patent for Triangular Tessellation 3D Models Granted:

-Apple Wins Patent for 3D Printing System with ARKit:


Nike’s 3D printed Elite shoe preparing for a wider release. They say it gives runners a 4% speed advantage within the first 2 hours of a race. The price ranges from $600-$1,200 which is much better than Adidas’ 3D printed shoe.

3d Printed Electronics

These discuss 3d printed electronics and some discoveries in that field

-3D printed graphene scaffold offers highest-ever capacitance for a supercapacitor:

-Researchers 3D print custom-sized lithium-ion batteries:

Happy Birthday, Thingiverse!

And Finally, I’d like to briefly mention that Thingiverse turned 10 this week, and quickly highlight what Thingiverse has done for 3d printing.
If you liked this Additive Manufacturing Podcast, you would probably be interested in listening to our other episode.

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