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Researchers 3D Print Textile Fibers That Turn Movement Into Energy

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by Hanna Watkin
Published Apr 24, 2019
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Chinese researchers have developed a new one-step 3D printing process to create electronic threads for e-textiles. These will harvest and store electricity on fabrics while making wearable technology less cumbersome.