Confronting the innovation vacuum in 3D printer quality control

Developers of advanced high-strength steel (AHSS) and other advanced metals, such as The Nanosteel Company and QuesTek Innovations (see the January 1, 2013 LRMJ and the December 1, 2014 LRMJ, respectively), have begun developing metal powders for 3D printing (see the October 5, 2014 LRMJ). In our...

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