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3D printing manufacturing intelligent multi-material fiber optic fiber Durable and low cost

Compared to more traditional fiber materials, smart fibers can be used in applications such as commercial fabrics. To get it to work, you need the following:


Conductivity


Specially designed building


Narrow down to nanoscale features


Want to build a pre-former, although there are several ways to do this, but 3D printing is a possible technology. Fibers can also be woven into different structures to increase strength and serve as a synthetic platform for materials and sensors. In many cases, the benefits of 3D printing also make it easy to use, affordable, and user friendly. The authors point out that 3D printing is also attractive for manufacturing because its feasibility involves many different types of materials, including thermoplastics, biomaterials, and more.


When using the concept of fiber optic hyperscale integration (VLSI-FI), researchers can combine liquid phase processing techniques to create a "toolbox" for manufacturing a range of devices and systems. Here, the team focused on the "narrower aspect" of VLSI FI and three aspects: 1. Pre-formed 3D printing, 2. Fiber optic circuit components, 3. Segregation-driven doping control.


“In addition, FAMES Laboratories has the ability to handle high temperature materials and the more traditional use of thermoplastics in 3D printing manufacturing, enabling us to take advantage of features such as high electron mobility in Si/Ge and future use of lead zirconate titanate ( PZT)/Batio3 composites are piezoelectric. Applications with larger piezoelectric coefficients and higher acoustic bandwidth than polymers," the researchers said.


Fibers are commonly used in the biomedical field for applications related to medical, physical and chemical sensors that monitor pressure, temperature, humidity and other settings.


Examples of intelligent fiber development include a neurofibril probe consisting of a polymer and a metal core that provides neuronal exploration when it provides optogenetic stimulation in vivo and provides medication as an input to record feedback electrical and physiological output signals. The needle has flexibility and bending stiffness, another example is a fiber that combines the microfluidic principle with a complex cross-sectional geometry and a meter-long microchannel for analysis of dielectrophoresis (DEP) versus cells. Separation. Living cells and dead cells are separated by inertial force and dielectric power through a sheathless, high-throughput microfluidic cell separator containing conductive material.


Biosensors can also be produced in a number of different ways, monitoring cells, bacteria, DNA, and the like. In the end, the researchers believe that VLSI FI allows products to be implemented in many technical areas, starting with active bionic stents.


“We believe this approach will provide a new, durable, low-cost, popular fiber device and sensor that enables fabrics that come into contact with man-made objects such as furniture and clothing to be integrated into the Internet of Things (IoT). It will promote innovation in 3D printing and extend digital manufacturing methods to the field of nanoelectronics," the authors conclude. 3D printing has opened up a wide range of materials science fields, including innovations in fiber and wearable sensors, fiber optics and biomedical applications.


+86 13421471917  Billy Lau
 billy@flyinn-tech.com /  james@flyinn-tech.com

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