A 3D Printed Superconducting Aluminium Microwave Cavity

@article{Creedon2016A3P,
  title={A 3D Printed Superconducting Aluminium Microwave Cavity},
  author={D. Creedon and M. Goryachev and N. Kostylev and T. Sercombe and M. Tobar},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={109},
  pages={032601}
}
  • D. Creedon, M. Goryachev, +2 authors M. Tobar
  • Published 2016
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Applied Physics Letters
  • 3D printing of plastics, ceramics, and metals has existed for several decades and has revolutionized many areas of manufacturing and science. Printing of metals, in particular, has found a number of applications in fields as diverse as customized medical implants, jet engine bearings, and rapid prototyping in the automotive industry. Although many techniques are used for 3D printing metals, they commonly rely on computer controlled melting or sintering of a metal alloy powder using a laser or… CONTINUE READING
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