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Metal 3D printing goes supersonic and huge
Posted: 13 June 2018

A new method of metal 3D printing, which uses high speed jetting to fuse metal particles together, rather than sintering or melting them, makes it possible for very large objects to be manufactured in quick time. The "world's largest" metal 3D printer is being tested in Australia.

'Aircraft wings and submarines': World's largest 3D printer launched in Melbourne
13 June 2018
The world's largest metal 3D printer is being put to the test for the first time at a mega-manufacturing warehouse in Melbourne.
3D printing in space solves problem of launching huge rockets
Dateline: 3 November 2025
A decade ago the first 3D printer to go to space was sent to the International Space Station. It proved to be so useful, more, bigger printers soon ...
Doug Vining Yes, indeed, we have blogged on them in the past.
Posted: 14 June 2018 at 09:13
Bronwyn Williams Have you see the 3D printed (concrete) buildings in Dubai?

Posted: 14 June 2018 at 09:08
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