3D printed gradient alloy metals likely to have a long transition to commercialization

We recently spoke with Doug Hoffman, a researcher at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), about the recently published paper detailing a new multi-metal 3D printing process. Doug told us that his team 3D prints metal alloys with variable composition across the part while avoiding brittle or un...

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