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Microlattice: Boeing Introduces New Revolutionary Lightweight Metal | VIDEO

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Microlattice: Boeing Introduces New Revolutionary Lightweight Metal

By RT
10-11-15

      Boeing has released a video of its groundbreaking microlattice metal, which is “the world’s lightest material,” scientists say.

Microlattice is a 3D open-cellular polymer structure made out of small hollow metallic tubes, and represents a criss-cross diagonal pattern with small open spaces.

The video gives exciting examples of the substance’s possible use, such as new structural components in aerospace. Microlattice could save a lot of weight and make planes much more fuel-efficient:



2 comments :

  1. Why do I get the sneaky suspicion that this is alien technology from crashed vehicles that we managed to duplicate?

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  2. Nice. But what about future recycling of this material?

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