3D printed iPad stylus using carbomorph

The Additive Manufacturing research group in the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick recently sent some of their carbomorph material to Dave White, Subject Coordinator for Design &Technology at Clevedon School in Bristol (VIDEO).
Dave is an enthusiastic proponent for the adoption of 3D printing technology in schools and he and his students were quick off the mark with ideas for 3D prints using carbomorph.

Check out Dave’s blog over http://rapman-education.posterous.com/carbomorph-3d-printing-with-conductive-polyme to see how they’ve already printed a working iPad stylus using carbomorph.

Dr Simon Leigh, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, will speak at the Internet of Things Event, 4 June 2013 about using Carbomorph for 3D printing sensors.

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