By the end of the year, researchers will be able to build a new type of arrow electronics.
That means the next step will be to test that design, and then design a more stable one that can be manufactured on a smaller scale.
Arrow electronics, or archery, was created to be an all-encompassing electronic system that could fire an arrow from a bowstring, but without the danger of breaking the string.
It’s based on a technology called a carbon-tetrahedron (CT) design, which is a type of silicon lattice with a carbon center and an iron core.
It is a very lightweight, light, and cheap material that has a very high electrical conductivity.
Theoretically, this makes archery devices relatively easy to build and operate, but it’s also a source of concern, because it doesn’t have the stability of carbon.
The new design, developed by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, has a carbon lattice in the center, which gives it the ability to have an electrically conductive center.
But because the carbon core is so thin, it has a much smaller diameter and a much higher energy density.
It also has a more unstable electron configuration compared to carbon-based systems.
These properties, researchers say, make it a good candidate for being a conductor for potassium ions.
Researchers in Texas developed the carbon lattices for their arrow electronics using the materials they had used to build carbon lattages in the lab.
That was a very labor intensive and expensive process, which meant that the researchers needed a large quantity of the material to make their archery device.
The researchers then turned to commercial firms that were already developing carbon materials for other uses.
“We had to get really creative in our research because we knew the materials would have to be manufactured in a very small volume, but we also had to have the materials be very stable and durable,” said Andrew K. Kuklick, a graduate student in mechanical engineering who led the work.
“We needed to be able the materials to withstand a lot of abuse.”
The researchers have designed a material that they say is the most stable of all the carbon-fiber materials they have tested.
“The material is very thin, so it’s not that much of a shock absorber,” Kukllick said.
“It has very good electrical conductance.”
The new material, called the kamut carbon, has one major advantage over the carbon fiber in the way it conducts electricity.
It has an electron configuration that allows for a more robust design, according to the researchers.
That’s a good thing, because the electrical conductivities of the archery system depend on the size and shape of the electron, and the energy density of the device.
In order to be more stable, the archers need to make the design a bit thinner so that the material can be more easily and easily tested.
“It’s really important that we are able to design and build a material with these properties because that allows us to really be able, with this design, to make a device that can actually be made on a large scale, because then we can build a device,” Kuckelick said, adding that this material could be used in a variety of other applications, such as electronics, lasers, and wearable electronics.
The team hopes to make this material in volume production within the next five to seven years.
This work could be a game changer for the future of archery and other archery applications, according Kuckell.