Crystolecule assembly robotics

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This article defines a novel term (that is hopefully sensibly chosen). The term is introduced to make a concept more concrete and understand its interrelationship with other topics related to atomically precise manufacturing. For details go to the page: Neologism.

In this zone of advanced nanofactories crystolecules are put together to bigger microcomponents. Unlike in the Mechanosynthesis cores this happens under programmable control. Crystolecule assembly cores are thus general purpose and can assemble many different kinds of microcomponents. Consequently the next routing layer (microcomponent routing) has much lower importance than the preceding one crystolecule routing.

The means for connection in this size regime are usually passive and may or may not be reversible.

Some possible kinds of crystolecules that can be assembled here


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