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bit25100-sm-0001-SupFig-S1.tif1521KFigure S1. Changes in the width of printed patterns due to continuous decrease in the volume of dispensing DEX phase in the printing tip, at different tip speeds. All measurements were done over a length of 28 mm of printed patterns. Patterns printed with 300 μm tips show significant decrease in width at low speeds. This however diminishes by increase in the printing tip speed. With 200 μm tips, patterns show only ∼25 μm change in width regardless of printing tip speed.

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