Cornell Researchers 3D Print a Working Speaker

Three Cornell University researchers have reach on another 3D- by creating a functioning loudspeaker that’s prepared to use almost the moment the printer stops print milestone.

Most products larger than the usual teacup must be printed in pieces, and then assembled by hand before they can be used. But associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, Hod Lipson, took a new tactic. Alongside Robert MacCurdy and graduate students Apoorva Kiran, the team is paving the way for on demand, fully performance products that can be fabricated in one go, without the post-printing wait time.,2817,2428484,00.asp

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