Vader Systems

  • Develops molten metal 3D printers that use aluminum wire as a feedstock
  • Printer uses a magnetic control system to deposit drops of molten aluminum in a manner similar to inkjet printers
  • Claims printers offer lower pricepoint, lower material costs, and superior deposition rate compared to powd...

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