An Inkjet printer has been developed that can print out and print out ink using only ink.
The Inkjet printing pen has been created by the research group of Professor of Physics, David Bao and is the first 3D printed inkjet pen to be developed.
Its the result of collaboration between the University of Texas at Austin and the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA, the researchers say in a press release.
“This technology is novel, flexible and can be used for inkjet printing.
The unique properties of the inkjet-printed ink make it suitable for printing in complex designs,” says Professor of Materials, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and Dr. Yevgeny Zhuravlev of the University Buffalo, University at Albany, USA.
They believe that the Inkjet pen will be of value to people who want to print their own prototypes in 3D or have designs for products or accessories that they are looking to print.
This technology has been used to print prototypes of new forms of 3D printing such as the solar panel, 3D-printed electronic devices, and the printer of medical instruments.
While inkjet printers are used in printers to print parts and objects, they do not print ink.
The ink is produced by a liquid in which an ink cartridge is filled.
There are several types of ink cartridges that can be made from a variety of materials, but most require the addition of chemicals to make them more stable.
Using the ink in the InkJet pen, the team has managed to produce a new type of ink that is highly stable.
The researchers say that they have been able to print ink at a speed of only 2.5 millimeters per second.
The Inkjet pens can print in liquid at temperatures ranging from room temperature to up to 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
When heated, the ink can melt, which creates a solid layer of material that is extremely thin and extremely light.
The new technology was created using an inkjet device made by a group of scientists from the University and University at Washington, Seattle, USA and the university of Rochester, USA with support from the U.S. Department of Energy.
For more information about the research and its development, please visit the University’s website at http://www.uwa.edu/research/research_pages/research-and-development/3d-printing-pen.html.
SOURCE University of Washington