New Russian-Made Polymer Technology Paves Way to 3D-Printed Robots

Svetlana Kashirova, the head of the Kabardino-Balkarian State University laboratory stated that Russian scientists have invented a new multifunctional polymer material, which will significantly reduce the cost of production, making the new generation of polymers available for widespread use. Russian scientists have invented a new multifunctional polymer material, which could be used for three-dimensional printing of drones, robots and prostheses, Svetlana Kashirova, the head of the Kabardino-Balkarian State University laboratory of progressive polymers set up by the Russian state-run Foundation for Advanced Research Projects (FPI) told Sputnik. According to the scientist, the new technology, which has been under development since 2014, has a number of key advantages, such as reduction of production stages, high efficiency and low spoilage in the production process and high level of material’s purity. Such innovations will significantly reduce the cost of production, making the new generation of polymers available for widespread use.”

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