ExOne announced a new atmosphere-controlled version of their massive X1 160Pro metal 3D printer, opening up the possibility of using many different metals.
Pittsburgh’s dedicated additive manufacturing production campus, Neighborhood 91, has gained its first anchor tenant.
It’s not well-known, but there are often quality problems when 3D printing metal parts caused by oxygen contamination. We describe two approaches for resolving the problem.
A new experimental 3D printer that uses microwaves instead of lasers could dramatically drop the price of metal 3D printing in the near future.