Today, the benefits and potential of 3D printing is widely known. Plastics are the most common materials for 3D printing but are not always the best choice. Metal 3D printing has benefits that make it an attractive alternative to using plastics; for example, strong prototype and production parts can be made that are fully dense.
3D printed metal parts are used in a variety of applications, from medical implants and machine tools, to automotive and aerospace parts. This 60-minute Technical Webinar from the editors of Tech Briefs Media shows how metal 3D printing systems work, the benefits of choosing them, and the many applications that can be addressed.
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentations.