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3D Print Authority Podcast

They make swarm 3D printers that build massive objects – AMBOTS

I’ve been fascinated with AMBOTS since the minute I learned about them, because they’re taking an approach to 3D printing that I haven’t seen anywhere else. They make swarm 3D printers. Their system strategically moves 3D printers around so that they can collaborate together. Multiple 3D printers print at the same time, each being assigned …

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Large-format, multi-metal 3D printing with aerospace origins – FormAlloy

After working in aerospace for years, Melanie and her co-founder saw an opportunity to transform how large complex metal parts were made. They looked at every technology possible and identified Direct Energy Deposition as the best option. Fast-forward to today, and FormAlloy has created a really impressive system. Their metal 3D printers do not have …

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This metal 3D printer is under $10,000 and safe for your shop – Iro3D

Sergey was laid off work and jumped at the opportunity to work on a big idea. He wanted to make a metal 3D printer that was actually affordable. He created a system that deposits metal and sand precisely into a crucible which gets fired to make a fully dense part in metal, glass, or ceramic. …

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This start-up is 3D printing solid state batteries that will power the future – Sakuú

Robert Bagheri has had a long career in start-ups and electronics. His latest project is Sakuú – a company building a 3D printing platform that is truly remarkable. It is capable of printing with metals and ceramics at the same time, which opens up a new world of possibilities. One that has had plenty of …

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A love story about 3D printing and solving problems – Andrew Sink

Andrew Sink creates a bridge in between the worlds of industrial and hobby 3D printing. His enthusiasm for the topic started the very first time he saw a 3D printer in college and he knew he wanted a career working with 3D printers. Over time he learned more and more about the technology and co-founded …

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