UNI Students Train for the Future using one of North America’s Largest 3D Printers

Last September, UNI’s Metal Casting Center took possession of one of the largest 3D printers in the US, ExOne’s S-Max. The printer is large enough to produce objects up to almost six feet long (70” in the X axis), building each layer up 1/7000th of an inch using specially engineered sand coated in resin and can complete an object the size of its massive job box at a rate of 45 minutes per square inch. Continue reading “UNI Students Train for the Future using one of North America’s Largest 3D Printers”