Print Near Net Shape Metal Parts up to 100 Cubic Feet and 3.3 Tons

In the metal additive industry, there are several
established technological players, including selective laser sintering (SLS),
direct energy deposition (DED), powder bed fusion (PBF) and more. Until
recently, however, there hasn’t been a wire-based, arc welding additive
process.
Enter Gefertec’s 3D Metal Printing (3DMP).
Using arc welding of metal wire, the final part is formed by
welding layer by layer. The resolution of the machine is +/- 0.3 cm, and all
parts must be ma…



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