NewsResearchers design three-dimensional kirigami building
blocks to make dynamic metamaterials

9th August 2021by admin0
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A new approach to producing metamaterials draws on
kirigami techniques to make three-dimensional, reconfigurable
building blocks that can be used to create complex, dynamic
structures. Because the design approach is modular, these
structures are easy to both assemble and disassemble.

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