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Laser-based three-dimensional manufacturing technologies for rechargeable batteries

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Authors
Moldovan, Dan; Choi, Jaeyoo; Choo, Youngwoo; Kim, Won-Sik; Hwa, Yoon
Issue Date
2021-08-09
Publisher
Springer Open
Citation
Nano Convergence. 2021 Aug 09;8(1):23
Keywords
Rechargeable batteriesThree-dimensional printingLaser manufacturingAdditive manufacturingSubtractive manufacturing
Abstract
Laser three-dimensional (3D) manufacturing technologies have gained substantial attention to fabricate 3D structured electrochemical rechargeable batteries. Laser 3D manufacturing techniques offer excellent 3D microstructure controllability, good design flexibility, process simplicity, and high energy and cost efficiencies, which are beneficial for rechargeable battery cell manufacturing. In this review, notable progress in development of the rechargeable battery cells via laser 3D manufacturing techniques is introduced and discussed. The basic concepts and remarkable achievements of four representative laser 3D manufacturing techniques such as selective laser sintering (or melting) techniques, direct laser writing for graphene-based electrodes, laser-induced forward transfer technique and laser ablation subtractive manufacturing are highlighted. Finally, major challenges and prospects of the laser 3D manufacturing technologies for battery cell manufacturing will be provided.
ISSN
2196-5404
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/174847
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1186/s40580-021-00271-w
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