Carbon Nanotube Ribbon Printer

September 4th, 2005 | Filed under: Fabrication Tech, Nanotech, Science | 4 Comments »

Researcher from the University of Texas, Dallas, and Australia’s CSIRO have a new dry-state method of self-assembling carbon nanotube ribbons at a whopping 7 meters per minute! (I’m sure in just a few years the exclamation point will look ridiculous.) [video]

via WorldChanging | EurekAlert

4 Comments on “Carbon Nanotube Ribbon Printer”

  1. 1 Cindy King said at 8:19 am on September 21st, 2005:

    I’m looking for a printer that will print ribbon for my gift basket company.
    Cindy King

  2. 2 Standing Bear said at 7:53 pm on October 2nd, 2005:

    Now that it is practical to make the ribbon, now lets concentrate on improving the strength of the ribbon.

  3. 3 Micah Fitch said at 5:23 pm on October 15th, 2005:

    Haha Cindy King that’s hilarious!

  4. 4 Bryan Powell said at 2:52 pm on January 15th, 2006:


    Check out for a ribbon printer

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