Sometimes it feels like a full-time job trying to stay abreast of technological breakthroughs in additive manufacturing. According to Extremetech.com, Princeton University researchers have successfully 3D printed a unique type of "quantum dot LEDs composed of five different materials."
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Frankly, none of this sounds ordinary to me, especially the idea that these quantum dot LED displays aren't subject to the oxidation and humidity issues of current versions. Unfortunately, the 3D printed components don't yet rival the quality of these mass-produced LEDs either. I'm also guessing the cost to manufacture them isn't yet competitive either.