A new, patented design that could make home batteries more energy efficient is now available to anyone.
The new design is a fully automated, three-dimensional battery charger and is based on a concept first described in a paper published last year.
The paper, published by the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits group, shows that using 3-D printing technology, a home charger can be constructed by simply cutting a piece of plastic into smaller pieces and then assembling them into an assembly.
“This means that any type of device, from a smart home hub to a mobile phone battery, can be fabricated using a simple and straightforward technology,” the authors of the paper wrote.
The project was funded by a grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), as well as by a collaboration with the University of Utah.
In the new paper, the researchers described their process for assembling the battery charger using 3Dsign and CAD software.
The team built a three-piece battery charger from a piece that was printed with a 3D printer and then assembled it using a CAD software program.
It is not clear exactly how the printer built the part, but the design uses a 3-d printer.
The 3D-printed part could then be attached to a battery charger with a thin plastic sheet and heated using a fan.
The researchers then used a heated silicone glue to attach the part to the battery.
This allowed the 3D printed part to be assembled with a plastic sheet without touching it or damaging it.
The 3D print is then heated to create a thin, transparent sheet that is then attached to the 3-piece charger, which can then be placed on the wall and powered by the charging cable.
The battery charger can then connect to a solar panel and run off of solar energy to power the home.
While this is the first time 3D printers have been used to make an electric home battery, the new design has been successfully built in the past.
In 2017, a group of researchers demonstrated a 3d-printed home battery that could charge a smartphone, using a similar process.
The research paper showed how a 3DSign printer could build and print a battery and battery charger in less than an hour.
However, the 3Dsigned 3D design could be a more practical alternative for the mass-production of home batteries.
The authors also said the process could also be used to build other devices that can be powered from solar power, such as a smart refrigerator.
The technology could be used for building the home battery charger for electric cars, the paper added.