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New 3D-Printed Metals From EOS

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Ann R. Thryft
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Fufilling promise
Ann R. Thryft   4/22/2014 1:16:48 PM
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EOS management said in December that it was now aiming most of its efforts toward end production manufacturing. These new metals are a part of that process.



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Biocompatibility
Greg M. Jung   4/22/2014 9:45:46 PM
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Good to see another biocompatible rapid prototype material added to the EOS line up.  More biocompatible material options allow for more design opportunities in the 3D printing medical field.

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Cabe Atwell   4/23/2014 3:39:40 PM
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Laser sintering and additive manufacturing all together is incredible. When will they have a desktop version for home use? There's about a 1000 projects I could use that for.

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