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3D Printing Inches Toward Electronics
Additive manufacturing adoption in electronics has lagged behind other sectors, but advances in materials and processes are driving experimental use cases.
Desktop Metal Qualifies 420 Stainless Steel
Desktop Metal single-pass jetting technology enables mass production of end-use parts in 420 stainless steel for applications across medical, defense, aerospace, and consumer products.
Morf3D’s Applied Digital Manufacturing Center Partners with Starburst Aerospace
Company aims to bring innovative approach to additive manufacturing processes.
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Editor’s Pick: Turnkey Binder Metal Jetting System for Machine Shops
The Shop System uses Desktop Metal’s Live Sinter technology, which, according to Desktop Metal, takes the guesswork out of sintering printed parts, by applying predictive counter-deformation.
Farsoon Unveils a Metal Production System
The FS273M is a production tool of larger volume parts with a wide range of industrial metal materials, the company says.
3D Printing Inches Toward Electronics
Additive manufacturing adoption in electronics has lagged behind other sectors, but advances in materials and processes are driving experimental use cases.
Holo Expands Offering with PureForm MicroAM
Company on track to be a large producer of production metal additive manufacturing parts in 2021.
Precision Additive Launches Metal 3D Printing Division
New division set up for rapid prototyping and small- to mid-batch production.
Desktop Metal Launches 316L Stainless Steel
Shop System binder jetting enables cost-effective batch production of 316L stainless steel parts via additive manufacturing.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Metal 3D Printing
The No. 1 rule for optimizing value: redesign parts specially for metal AM while following materials and post-processing specs.
Desktop Metal Qualifies Titanium for Manufacturing
Desktop Metal commercializes titanium for bound-metal production of high-strength, lightweight components.
Optomec Launches Library for Publications on Printed Metal and Electronics
Online tool samples are from 1,000+ papers from 100+ universities and industrial labs.
Digital Metal Now Offers Automated Depowdering for Metal Binder Jetting 
Digital Metal has launched a commercial automated depowdering station for metal binder jetted parts, The DMP 1000.
Desktop Metal Buys Aerosint
Company adds multimaterial capabilities to additive manufacturing 2.0 technology portfolio.
3D-Printed Gearbox for New Hypercar
The Rodin FZero hypercar will include an 8-speed gearbox produced on a 3D Systems metal printer.
Penn State Buys SPEE3D Metal 3D Printing Technology 
Penn State University have acquired SPEE3D’s high-speed metal 3D printing technology, bringing new research and development opportunities to additive manufacturing in the U.S.



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