How metallic 3D printing could transform manufacturing

Michael Lahres and Oliver Neufang know how to deal with hot stuff: After all, they have to work with temperatures of around 680 degrees Celsius every day. That's the temperature of the laser beam that melts extremely fine aluminum powder so that it can then be printed into a component. In other words, 3D-printed parts are no longer a far-fetched vision at Daimler, but reality.

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How metallic 3D printing could transform manufacturing

Ein Artikel von: Daimler-Magazin (Autor: Vivienne Brando)

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