Project coordinator. The TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS research team will be responsible for developing the technology of printing conductive nanocomposites based on hot melt adhesives and carbon nanotubes onto the surface of carbon fabrics. Various combinations of adhesives and fabric will be tested in order to select the system providing the best adhesion. The dependence between the polymer viscosity, the nanotube dispersion achieved, electrical conductivity and suitability for FDM will be studied. The parameters of 3D printing, nanocomposites for carbon fabrics and the correlation between the structural parameters of fabrics and the adhesion of the printed shape will be selected. In order to confirm the correctness of the concept, carbon fabrics with conductive nanocomposites printed onto them will be used to manufacture carbon composites. The electrical and mechanical properties of the composites will be analysed in order to select the most promising materials. In the final phase of the Project, the composites will undergo EM screening tests and used the production of a demonstrator in the form of an airplane wing which will be tested in real conditions. The electrically conductive and flexible filaments developed within the Project will be tested using an industrial 3D printer in SINTEF, Norway, which will allow for their subsequent commercial implementation.