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3D printing unlocks freedom in mobile electronic device design

From:Guangdong Lanwan Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd.     Release time:2019-12-04

Overview:Energy storage is an integral part of mobile electronics. As mobile electronic devices become smaller and smaller, and their functions are gradually enhanced, the demand for batteries in mobile electronic devices is also increasing.

3D printing unlocks freedom in mobile electronic device design

Energy storage is an integral part of mobile electronics. As mobile electronic devices become smaller and smaller, and their functions are gradually enhanced, the demand for batteries in mobile electronic devices is also increasing.

3D printing

At present, mobile electronic device manufacturers still need to design their devices according to the size and shape of commercially available batteries. Most of the batteries are cylindrical or rectangular. These batteries occupy most of the space of modern electronic devices, limiting the Design freedom, especially for the next generation of flexible electronic devices, battery limitations have become a design issue.

The application of 3D printing technology in battery manufacturing is expected to solve this problem and produce "arbitrary" shaped batteries and supercapacitors. Not only that, the application of 3D printing technology will also improve the electrochemical performance of batteries. A review article from the journal Advanced Functional Materials-"Additive Manufacturing of Batteries" provides an overview of batteries implemented through different types of 3D printing technology and addresses the challenges that still exist in the industrial application of 3D printed batteries discuss.

The main 3D printing technologies for manufacturing batteries include: stereolithography (SLA), template-assisted electrodeposition-based 3D printing (TAE), inkjet printing (IJP), direct ink writing (DIW) ), Fused deposition forming (FDM) and aerosol jet printing (AJP). Materials include printed electrode materials graphene, carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers and LTO / LFP, as well as electrolyte materials.

3D printing, as an advanced manufacturing technology, produces complex 3D objects through digitally controlled deposition of phase change and reactive materials and solvent-based inks.


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