Aerosint has been purchased — again.
Our post describing a new approach for multimaterial powder recoating generated some discussion.
Aerosint proposed an astonishing TEN material powder 3D printing concept.
In a major multi-material 3D printing move, Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint.
Aerosint and Aconity have proven out their work in multi-metal powder deposition 3D printing.
Aerosint has developed a 3D printing powder recoater that can selectively deposit powder, thus enabling multi-material powder 3D printing.
Aerosint is taking steps to make ceramic 3D printing more robust with a binder-free powder bed process.
Aerosint’s unique multi-material powder bed 3D printing process is bringing new possibilities not only to additive manufacturing, but to its security as well.
A partnership between Solvay and Aerosint could lead to high-temperature SLS 3D printing.
A recent partnership announcement shows how the business of 3D printing can be as fast-moving as the technology.
Aerosint and Aconity are collaborating toward a multi-metal future for 3D printing.
Aerosint has received a large funding round to support their highly unusual 3D printer development.
I hadn’t heard of this concept previously, but it is extremely interesting.