A company has re-used microscope technology to create a powerful new metal 3D printer.
Believe it or not, there is an open source electron beam metal 3D printer project underway.
Two companies have partnered to develop an additive manufacturing system using wire-based electron beam melting.
UK-based Wayland Additive has released some additional details of their unusual NeuBeam metal 3D printing process.
Research may have identified a new class of 3D printable metals that can overcome current limitations.
Fabbaloo friend Tuan Tranpham issued a list of 3D printing trends he’s perceived — but are they really true?
Wayland Additive has introduced a new form of metal 3D printing they call “NeuBeam” that should be superior to laser or electron beam processes.