Puris & ExOne 3D Print Largest Complex Titanium Part for Commercial Use

Puris & ExOne 3D Print Largest Complex Titanium Part for Commercial Use

By Davide Sher

Due in part to a rapid increase in competitors to meet the rapidly growing demand of larger metal part manufacturers, metal 3D printing is getting bigger and faster. Puris, a US-based leading producer of titanium powder for additive manufacturing, collaborated with ExOne to produce the largest complex, 3D-printed titanium part for commercial use ever 3D printed.
“There is a lot of activity in this arena and larger parts have been printed, but we believe this is the largest complex titanium part to be printed to date,” said Puris’ CEO Craig Kirsch.…

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Puris & ExOne 3D Print Largest Complex Titanium Part for Commercial Use

Full-Color 3D Printing & Why You Might Move to Taiwan (Part 2)

Full-Color 3D Printing & Why You Might Move to Taiwan (Part 2)

By Michael Molitch-Hou

We still hadn’t made it to Taichung, where my mom ended up teaching English to Taiwanese business students, but we’d already gotten a glimpse of the color that Taiwan had to offer in the North. The rainy days associated with Taipei’s winter, cast the city in a fog not unlike the scenes in Blade Runner.  But, unlike Ridley Scott’s adaptation of PKD’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, the city was quite human.
Photos by Danielle Matich, except for the one she is in, which was taken by Freeman Chen.…

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Full-Color 3D Printing & Why You Might Move to Taiwan (Part 2)