It seems as though each week brings word of another exciting breakthrough in 3D printing technology and what you can do with it.
In just the last few days, I’ve seen news coverage of these advances:
· “Printed Wi-Fi” that enables Wi-Fi connections without electronics or batteries by using 3D printed objects and sensors. A University of Washington-designed device pairs a 3D-printed gear and spring. Activated by air or liquid, the gear tightens the spring, which connects to a 3D-printed antenna that essentially reflects ambient WiFi signals in the environment. Attached to,