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Congratulations to Hamza El Jjouaoui for the CLAMPS project, selected by RISE CNRS


The Clamps project, led by Hamza El Jjouaoui, CNRS research engineer at LIRMM, Haddab Yassine and Philippe Poignet, professors at the University of Montpellier and researchers at LIRMM, aims to create a 3D printing machine capable of producing complex silicon structures, with potential applications in flexible robotics and medicine. The aim of this unique machine is to produce flexible or hybrid structures that can be used in a number of high value-added fields (medical and handling robotics, medical implants, micro-fluidics, etc.). Combined with design and optimization software, this printing process will open up new possibilities for the production of silicone structures.

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