APL most read papers 2017


Our paper on 3D printing of polymer bounded magnets is one of the most read papers in APL 2017.

Our recent paper on 3D printing of permanent magnets gained a lot of interest in the community. The article entitled “3D print of polymer bonded rare-earth magnets, and 3D magnetic field scanning with an end-user 3D printer” by Christian Huber et al.,  reports on a technique to print and measure permanent magnets with a modified commercial 3D printer. The paper was the most read article of APL in November 2016 and 6th most read article of the year 2017. Moreover the story was picked up by different international and national media: