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June
2016

"Big Step Forward" for the 3D Metal Powder Printing Process

"Big Step Forward" for the 3D Metal Powder Printing Process

New Additive Manufacturing Products & Market News

"Big Step Forward" for the 3D Metal Powder Printing Process
Typical SEM for 81-451 Atomized Silver Powder

Porosity Found in Printed Parts Decoded

A "big step forward" towards solving a common problem has been taken for the metal 3-D printing process by our friends at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. A research team has determined how porosity is formed during powder bed processes. This is significant because eventually these findings will lead to more efficient production with nearly zero defects and will address durability issues that deem parts unsuitable for industrial use.

Read the complete story here.

Additive Manufacturing Powders from READE

READE now offers a specific line of spherical gas atomized powders suitable for the metal powder printing process. Metal alloys include: Aluminum, Cobalt, Iron, Nickel, Silver, Stainless Steel and Titanium. Prices are competitive and materials are in stock.

Take a look at the product line here.

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