A student from Samara University named after academician S. P. Korolev has developed a technology that makes it possible to create efficient and cheap 3D printers that print with metal.
Thanks to the development, printing costs can be reduced by nine times compared to current counterparts, reports the press service of the university.
“Sergei Repin, a graduate student at Samara University, has created a technology that will make it possible to create efficient and cheap-to-use 3D printers that print with metal. The research, which has already received a Russian patent, uses a new metal melting technology. Thanks to this technology and the use of metal filament as raw material printing costs can be reduced by nine times compared to existing counterparts,” the message reads.
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