Metal 3D Printing: Stronger Components, Faster Development

A team from California’s $6 billion lab, The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), has announced research on a major issue “plaguing a common metal 3D printing technique.” The new discovery will be published in the August volume of peer-reviewed journal Acta Materialia and could lead to a faster adoption of 3D printing than previously anticipated. Continue reading “Metal 3D Printing: Stronger Components, Faster Development”