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The conclusion comes from two linked projects at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee Knoxville:

One proves printed aluminium can at least equal and sometimes better the thermal conductivity of standard heatsink aluminium.

The second has developed genetic algorithms that make use of the freedom of shape available from 3D printing to design heatsinks that fit in the same space as their conventional cousins but work better.

 

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