Metal additive manufacturing comes in a variety of forms, from Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF), to binder jetting, extrusion, and Directed Energy Deposition (DED).
As a potential customer looking to apply metal 3D printing, the difficulty is now in which method to choose. Not only is this decision application based, customers also have to consider which materials they need, and which mechanical/surface properties are most adequate.
In an upcoming live webinar titled Pros & Cons of 3D Printing Metal Components, California-based metal additive manufacturing service provider 3DEO will be answering some of these questions in relation to the company’s proprietary Intelligent Layering technology.
Registration for this online event is free . It will take place on October 24 at 11am PST, and will be led by the experts at 3DEO. Join 3DEO’s upcoming Pros & Cons of 3D Printing Metal Components webinar for free now. The pros and […]
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