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3DEO in the News: Observations of AMUG 2017

By May 1, 2017 August 18th, 2020 No Comments

3DEO, meanwhile, makes low-cost 3D-printed metal parts using a simplified variation on binder jetting. Entire layers are fused together in the company’s hybrid process, which employs a CNC cutter to generate the geometry of bonded layers. The company is making some parts today as a toolingless complement to metal injection molding, and it plans to significantly expand its number of machines yet this year.

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