Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Researchers have found a way to directly observe micro-cracking of 3D printed tungsten metal.
I’m reading a scientific paper describing research on new high-entropy, high-hardness metal carbides and wondering how they could be used in 3D printing.
Dyze Design has been producing interesting 3D printer components for years, but now they’re about to unleash something very powerful.
If you want 3D printed metal parts, you buy or use a 3D metal printer, correct? Not always, it turns out.
Type A Machines produces very powerful desktop 3D printers suitable for professional use, but they’ve made them even better with a bundle that includes several new features.
Germany-based dddmaterial has launched a second Kickstarter campaign to produce a batch of powerful tungsten 3D printer nozzles.
A new premium 3D printing hot end nozzle has been developed in tungsten, which could alleviate many issues.