Metal 3D printing solutions in use today are expensive and slow, and use costly metal powders. As a result, production costs are exorbitant. Digital Alloys systems print production quality parts at a fraction of the cost of other systems. The essence of the system is a novel process that uses wire as a raw material, and that melts the wire with no thermal time constants. Because there are no thermal time constants, the energy required to melt each kg of metal is reduced by up to 100x.
- Understand current approaches to metal 3D printing and their strengths and weaknesses
- Learn about the Digital Alloys’ process, a novel new technique for printing metals
- Discover new applications that are possible with low-cost, high-speed, multi-metal printing