News3-D printing methods enable manufactured nanofilms with
multiple axes of alignment

19th May 2020by admin0
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Researchers at The Institute of Scientific and
Industrial Research at Osaka University introduced a new
liquid-phase fabrication method for producing nanocellulose films
with multiple axes of alignment. Using 3-D-printing methods for
increased control, this work may lead to cheaper and more
environmentally friendly optical and thermal devices.

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