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Inductive 3D Printer Hot End Promises Fast Heating and Precise Performance

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by Adam Kohut
Published Oct 4, 2022

Vienna-based startup Plasmics takes to Kickstarter with "the world's first induction-powered nozzle for 3D printing" – a drop-in upgrade for Klipper-based machines that touts fast thermal performance and durability.

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