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3D Printing Metal. Metal printing processes like powder bed fusion, metal binder jetting, and directed energy deposition grew at an explosive pace. Read everything about these technologies and 3D metal printers here on 3Dprinting.com
Markforged is another 3D printing company that is focusing on making this once inaccessible technology more open to the masses. The Markforged Metal X is a metal 3D printer that offers an end-to-end manufacturing solution.
Desktop Metal – remember the name. This Massachussetts company is preparing to turn manufacturing on its head, with a 3D metal printing system that's so much faster, safer and cheaper than ...
metal x Based on our 4th generation composite 3D printing technology, the Metal X is a brand new kind of 3D printer. By printing metal powder bound in a plastic matrix, we've eliminated the safety risks associated with traditional metal 3D printing while enabling new features like closed-cell infill for reduced part weight and cost.
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How It's Made: 3D Metal Printing (Courtesy of Ex One) With steel 3D printing, your part is created by binding together layers of steel powder. Specifically, after a layer of steel powder is spread ...
The layer height used in metal 3D printing varies between 20 to 50 microns and depends on the properties of the metal powder (flowability, particle size distribution, shape etc). The typical build size of a metal 3D printing system is 250 x 150 x 150 mm, but larger machines are also available (up to 500 x 280 x 360 mm).
To build steel models, special 3D printers deposit small drops of glue onto layers of stainless steel powder, one layer at a time, until the print is complete. We carefully remove these models from the printer. At this stage of the process, the objects are very fragile, similar to wet sand.