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Amazing 3D printing on skin at normal temperature

  • Being flexible and you can wear it

  • Joint effort of US and Chinese scientists

  • If used again, the expenditure will be less

  • Will report internal activities of the body

Rashtriya Khabar

Ranchi: Amazing 3D printing technique is going to help us in many ways.

Successful results of this type of state-of-the-art scientific experiment at normal

temperature have been revealed for the first time. Otherwise, the issue of

temperature and air pressure also needs to be paid to make a particular scientific

process successful. This has been printed directly on the normal skin with the help

of body sensors. After the successful use of this experiment, it is believed that

humans can walk by wearing such sensors. With the help of this, information

about the internal activities of their body will also be found immediately because

all these figures will be able to be printed on the skin of human being.

Currently, such devices giving heartbeat and other information are in the market

but their quality is not as good. Instead of all these tools, this one device can solve

the whole problem. Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have done this


By the way, he has also been a scientist from Harbin Institute of Technology,

China in this research. At the same time, many other institutions of China also

played their part in developing it. is. With the help of this technology, it has

become possible to print with the help of electronic sensors. The best thing is that

all this work is done without any extra temperature. Due to all the work done at

normal temperature, whose body is fitted with sensors, it does not even realize the

extra heat. This is why it is suitable for wearing because no one has any problem

in wearing it. But after wearing it itself records the details of many internal

activities of the human body.

Amazing 3D printing at normal temperature

Anyone who is wearing it does not have any problem with it. Earlier, we have

used flexible electronic devices to put together silver Nano particles. High heat is

required to complete that work. But this temperature of 572 degrees Fahrenheit on

the leather of a person’s body is not possible because this temperature will burn

the skin. This bottleneck has been eliminated through technological

improvements. To do this, an additional sintering layer has been created. It

contains polyvinyl alcohol paste and calcium carbonate. Due to this mixture, nano

particles are able to operate at normal temperature. When this process is

completed at room temperature, the printing that takes place on the surface also

does not produce additional heat. To test this method, scientists have printed

oxygen content in the blood, ECG and other moisture-related data. Besides

printing this data directly on the skin, this method has also been successful in

sending all the information to a particular monitor. This means that the

information of the current condition of a patient can also be sent directly to the

hospital or to his doctor. Testing has found that the printing done on the leather

with this method is visible for a few days. These stains are eliminated quickly by

bathing in hot water. On the other hand, this device is such that it can be used

again as no part of it is damaged during use.

Printing is done on the body like a tattoo

In almost the same manner in which people apply tattoos in the body, these

physical figures also become visible. Through them, the condition of the human

body is known. In fact, the convenience of any electronic device is expanded by

it. On the other hand, the tools made for use next time to be even better and less

expensive especially in terms of medical facility. Although this method had

already been developed but the method of controlling the temperature could not

be discovered at that time. Now the experiment to complete this work at room

temperature has proved successful.


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