Building the Future: Assessing 3D Printing’s Opportunities and Challenges
3D printing has been touted as an enabling platform for applications ranging from personalized medicine to personal drones. However, the specific trajectory it takes – more disruptive than the Internet? A passing fad for hobbyists? – will depend on conquering commercialization challenges. We forecas...
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Develops printers to make functional parts from fiber‑reinforced composites based on its proprietary composite‑based additive manufacturing (CBAM) technology
CBAM can process a wide range of materials, such as fiber fabrics including carbon, glass, and Kevlar, and polymers including polyamides...
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Focused on enabling 3D printing for production parts, particular in metals for automotive and other industrial uses, and for dental and medical applications
Metal 3D printer based on binder jetting and variations to produce parts at much higher speeds and throughput; not at same level of ...
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Optomec has developed two key printing technologies: aerosol jet printing and laser engineered net shaping (LENS)
Aerosol jet technology works by atomizing liquid raw materials (aerosol generation) followed by a second aerosol droplet deposition
LENS technology works by using direct energy ...
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