Sarah is a metallurgical engineer, which means she has a deep knowledge of the inner structure of metals and alloys – at least much more than myself as a simple Mechanical Engineer.
She’s a product manager at Fabrisonic, a start-up in Columbus Ohio who has an incredibly unique take on metal 3D printing. Fabrisonic’s technology:
- involves no heat
- is hybrid additive and subtractive
- can print in nearly any sheet material
- can print large metal parts
This makes it useful for an unimaginable amount of more use cases than the status-quo of metal 3D printing – DMLS.