Micro 3D printing – or more precisely, microscale additive manufacturing – is fueling a new miniaturization revolution in everything from microchips to medical devices.
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Metal 3D printing with pure copper and copper alloys is possible with a range of printers and price points.
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By spraying layer upon layer of metal powder to build a part faster and cheaper than other metal fabrication methods, cold spray is gearing up to be a significant technology in the future of metal manufacturing.
How are the BigRep PRO and other large-scale FDM 3D printers being used for professional applications? Check our list of business use cases.
Beautiful and functional product prototypes aren’t just for big-budget design firms anymore. New 3D printing technology puts great-looking prototypes – and quick and cheap design iterations – within reach for practically any professional.
Not satisfied with off-the-shelf solutions, Pozzetta Products decided to make its own ESD-safe filament and turn a fleet of Craftbot 3D printers into a production factory.