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The more potential application of 3D printing electronic technology is in the field of Internet of Things. It is often necessary to embed circuits and sensors in IoT devices to realize data transmission and interconnection of objects.
3D printing technology can print circuits and sensors on a variety of substrates, including flexible objects to achieve such applications. For example, Nano Dimension has tried to print electronic components and sensors on textiles, which are not available in fabrics.
As part of the division, Nano Dimension also tested the conductivity, elasticity, and friction of the textile. The test results showed that the 3D printed silver conductor has high enough elasticity to match the elasticity of the textile. Through this kind of technology, even soft textiles have the possibility of becoming IoT devices.
According to a survey released by the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, by 2025, the size of China’s 5G market may reach 1.1 trillion yuan. In the initial stage of 5G commercial use, operators will carry out large-scale network construction, and the income of equipment manufacturers brought by investment in 5G network equipment will become the main source of direct economic output of 5G. In 5G commercial construction, base station antennas are crucial. Under the trend of 5G base station antenna integration, miniaturization and light weight have become the basis for antenna design. 3D printing is the preferred way to manufacture this 5G antenna.