Researchers at ETH Zurich and MIT-affiliated startup printed a robotic hand with bones, ligaments, and tendons simultaneously, utilizing a new laser-scanning technique in 3D printing technology. This breakthrough allows for the creation of soft and rigid materials in one go, providing increased durability, enhanced elastic properties, and the ability to mimic natural structures. The new printing method opens possibilities in prosthetics and industries requiring soft robotic structures, offering advantages such as reduced risk of injury when working with humans and improved handling of fragile goods.
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