Researchers have developed a highly unusual technique for 3D printing metal objects that are both strong and ductile.
Researchers at the University of Amherst and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a unique metal alloy that could prove highly useful in additive manufacturing.
Formalloy produces a metal DED 3D printer, and it’s a lot smarter than you might think.
NASA announced the development of a powerful new metal alloy that will be of specific interest by the aerospace sector.
HP announced a partnership with Legor to enable 3D printing of precious metals, including gold and silver.
6K announced a huge US$51M investment raise, allow them to triple their capacity.
New research investigates the properties of high entropy alloys when used for additive manufacturing.
6K Additive has developed a radically new system for producing fine metal powder for additive manufacturing and 3D printing, even enabling 3D printing of impossible alloys.
Charles Goulding & Tyler Gianchetta of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing and advances in aluminum alloys.
A new registration has been created for aluminum powders used in 3D printing — and the first registration has been granted.
After watching a fascinating video about shape memory alloys, I realize there are many possible 3D print applications.
I’m reading a paper that describes a new method of creating previously impossible metal alloys.
This is quite interesting: a new approach to enable 3D metal printing of metal alloys that were previously extremely difficult to use.