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Aurora Labs’ rapid manufacturing technology (RMT) proves scalability at 55 times market speed*

Aurora Labs’ rapid manufacturing technology (RMT) proves scalability at 55 times market speed*

Written by David

February 15, 2019

The new multi layer PBF system from AURORA labs Shortly after closing a new round of investments , Australia-based metal 3D printing hardware manufacturer Aurora Labs reports that it has completed the current phase of testing with its unique 3D printing rapid manufacturing technology (RMT) and the MCP (multilevel concurrent printing) process it is based on. The tests demonstrated the scalable nature of the technology and achieving remarkable print speeds of 113kg/day. This represents a speed of approximately 55 times Market Speed and demonstrates the potential of the technology to transform the spare parts industry worldwide. How is MCP different from traditional PBF? In traditional metal PBF 3D printing, a digital part (3D model) is run through software which slices the digital part up into a series of very thin layers. The printer puts down a layer of powder on the print bed and then the first “slice” of […]

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