Scientists have created a 3D boat smaller than a hair's breadth (VIDEO)

Scientists have created a 3D boat smaller than a hair's breadth.

The small boat, which can be dismantled in human hair (from 40 to 120 microns), was created with the help of 3D printing and technology, called two-way. The technique used is curing of a semi-finished polymer when exposed to laser beams.

In the real microcosm, floating miniature bodies rarely have an ideal spherical shape and their motion in the aquatic environment, and for small objects the viscosity is viscosity.

The model of the boat, made with a resolution of 10 microns, is called 3DBenshy. In addition, a miniature boat can move independently in the water environment due to the energy of decomposition of the hydrogen barrier on platinum catalyst.

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