Specialized 3D Printer Prints Quantum Dot LEDs

A team, led by Michael McAlpine at Princeton University’s McAlpine Research
Group, has successfully used its 3D printer to print quantum dot LEDs,
according to a CNET href="http://ift.tt/1p4wgl2">article.
The printer cost about $20,000 and took two years to develop. QLEDs reportedly
shine brighter, more efficiently, and with purer color than OLEDs. The ultra
thin, flexible, …

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