Case Number 115019 - Nanoscale Additive Manufacturing by Electrochemical Deposition

Contact: Doug Nienaber
Email: doug.nienaber@uc.edu
Phone: 513-558-3098

Description:  Due to the techniques employed, 3D printed parts of nanoscale dimensions are typically only available in polymer materials.

Dr. Murali Sundaram has invented a printer the size of desk lamp, which interfaces with an ordinary PC, and prints amazingly small parts in nickel, copper, and potentially other conductive materials. Whereas current methods can create thermally-induced strain, Dr. Sundaram’s method, electrochemical deposition, avoids thermal effects because it operates at room temperature.

Provisional Patent Application Pending

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