3D printing in metal has been happening for years. But now a company in the US is pioneering techniques to mass produce essential parts for machines more quickly and cheaply.
And it says 3D printing allows it to create metal parts that wouldn’t have been feasible before.
This is part of the BBC’s Disruptors series. You can read the full article here.
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