TSU scientists are creating a model of the first 3D ultrasonic printer


TSU radiophysicists are developing the world's first ultrasonic 3D printer: the particles regroup in a controlled field, and three-dimensional objects can be assembled from them. At the moment, scientists have assembled a device for levitating an ordered group of foam particles, now the material can move up and down and left and right.  

In addition to ultrasonic 3D printing, this method can be used when working with chemically aggressive solutions, for example, acids or substances heated to high temperatures.

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