3D Printing & Beyond: 4D Printing

4D printing makes 3D objects that change their shape after some time in light of boosts, for example, warmth, dampness or light. It is valuable for making structures that can adjust to their environment, however is frequently a difficult procedure. The most well-known materials utilized as a part of 4D printing, shape-memory polymers, typically require at least five steps to make them into versatile articles. Hydrogels are more straightforward to utilize, however too delicate to fashion into rigid structures.

  • Fiber Architecture
  • Hydro-reactive Polymers/Hydrogels
  • Cellulose Composites
  • Thermo-reactive Polymers/Hydrogels
  • Digital Shape-Memory Polymers
  • Stress Relaxation
  • Thermal Photo-reactive Polymers

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