3D printing start-up Matterfab's claims of performance have little strength, but it may forge opportunity with open materials platform

3D printing start-up MatterFab recently announced it can deliver metal printing systems of comparable quality to those of established players like EOS (see the September 8, 2013 LRMJ) at one tenth the price. It plans to complete an initial round of performance tests in the coming months and ship ...

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