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Continuous High‐Throughput Fabrication of Architected Micromaterials via In‐Air Photopolymerization

A new version of in-air microfluidics is born! The Fluid Mechanics for Functional Materials team of the University of Twente have published a new method to fabricate controlled particles that consist of UV-sensitive inks. Remarkably, thousands of microlenses with a controlled focal length could also be produced, within a few seconds! IamFluidics especially congratulates first authors Dr. Jieke Jiang and Ir. Gary Shea with this work, that was recently published in Advanced Materials

Continuous High‐Throughput Fabrication of Architected Micromaterials via In‐Air Photopolymerization

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