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Chinese startup succeeds in 3D printing advanced batteries

TOP.E's printing technology can also be used to make solid-state batteries

Founded in 2021, Chinese 3D-printed battery startup TOP.E is already profitable. (Photo courtesy TOP.E)

BEIJING -- A Chinese startup focused on making batteries using 3D printers has developed a battery-making technology using its own 3D printers and 3D printing technology.

Founded in 2021, TOP. E is already profitable. It has partnered with carmakers FAW and Aiways as well as with the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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