Blueprinter

  • Developed selective heat-sintering (SHS) 3D printing process that that offers lower hardware costs than selective laser-sintering (SLS), but produced parts have lower strength
  • Printable material limited a single thermoplastic powder it supplies; business model is lock customers into buy...

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