Can 3D printing really shape the future? Two innovators look ahead

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Can 3D printing really shape the future? Two innovators look ahead
GE Aviation's 3D printing machines — of a type that can typically cost between $ 1m and $ 2m — are printing a single metal part that used to be manufactured as 18 separate components, which then had to be welded together. 3d-print-burris Matt Burris …
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3-D Printed Metals May Transform Army Logistics
They would then make parts from the metals and compare them against existing parts. In such a comparison, data would be built on the structural differences between printed and machined parts China, which would contribute to the effort to eventually qualify …
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