While we have previously covered the availability of titanium for 3D printing, it seemed like a material destined only for governments and large corporations until this week. A company called Metalysis, based out of the…
Back in June, 3Dprinter.net reported that researchers at Harvard were making a leap forward applying 3d printing to battery making. This week they were recognized for that achievement by the Academic R&D Award at the…
The Liberator was the first plastic 3D printed gun, but now there’s a printed metal gun.. It’s a model 1911 and it works perfectly.
There are plenty of 3D printed metals but the AMAZE project aims to develop tomorrow’s printable metals.
A story broke that there is yet an entirely new technology that holds promise for 3D printing metals. And the exciting thing is that it will print with liquid metal at room temperature!
Most 3D printing uses plastics and polymers, but the manufacturing revolution will be made of metal.
While plenty have 3D printed implants made of titanium, OsteoFab is the first 3D printed polymer material that’s been approved by the FDA for implantation.
When Boeing and the DoD need extra large metal parts printed they go to Sciaky, where their Direct Manufacturing system dwarfs the competition.