Structurally optimized wheel bearing for an ultralightweight vehicle designed for Additive Manufacturing – made in the 3D-Printing Lab for Metals and Structural Materials at Fraunhofer EMI. (Image courtesy of Fraunhofer EMI.)
The 3D-Printing Lab for Metals and Structural Materials at Fraunhofer EMI houses one of the largest commercially available 3D printers for metal currently available. Using selective laser melting (SLM), the printer can produce metal structures with dimensions of up…
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