This 3D-printed material is stronger than steel, less dense than water

This 3D-printed material is stronger than steel, less dense than water

(Daily Tech Whip, 3/7/17)

Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has leveraged a new type of nanoscale 3D printing to push the limits of material science forward. Using a process developed by a German company called Nanoscribe, Jens Bauer and his team developed a new material that is less dense than water, but as strong as some forms of steel. This is the first evidence that these theorized materials can actually exist.

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