3D printing optical fibre

University of Southampton researchers are to trial new techniques to produce optical fibre using additive manufacturing. This new way of making fibre could pave the way for more complex structures capable of unlocking applications in a range of industries, from biotechnology to aerospace and telecommunications.

  • 3D printing set to speed complex optical fibre production

    University of Southampton researchers are to trial new techniques to produce optical fibre using additive manufacturing. This new way of making fibre could pave the way for more complex structures capable of unlocking applications in a range of industries, ... Read More
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    Following the announcement in October 2014 of its intention to buy IBM's microelectronics business, Globalfoundries has now completed the transaction.

    "Today, we have significantly enhanced our technology development capabilities and reinforce our ...
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