Physics of Metal 3D Printing

Physics of Metal 3D Printing

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 15 Physics of Metal 3D Printing January 8th, 2020 Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes continue to improve in speed, cost, efficiency, and part quality. However, this trend is asymptotic. Metal...
Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing

Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 14 Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing December 11th, 2019 Fast, low-cost manufacturing processes are needed to produce metal parts at scale, but such processes rarely have the resolution and accuracy...
Joule Printing™ Vs. Wire DED

Joule Printing™ Vs. Wire DED

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 13 Joule Printing™ Vs. Wire DED October 29th, 2019 https://am-power.de/en/insights/metal-additive-manufacturing/  We are frequently asked about the difference between Joule Printing™ and Wire Directed...
Powder Vs. Wire

Powder Vs. Wire

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 12 Powder Vs. Wire September 24th, 2019 The type of feedstock used in a metal additive manufacturing (AM) process can greatly influence material cost, print speed and resolution, quality, and safety....
Surface Roughness

Surface Roughness

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 11 Surface Roughness September 5th, 2019 The surface roughness of a part is critical to its function and long-term performance. Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes alone cannot usually meet...
Metal Binder Jetting

Metal Binder Jetting

Digital Alloys’ Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing – Part 10 Metal Binder Jetting July 11th, 2019 Binder Jetting is a category of metal additive manufacturing (AM) that utilizes liquid binder, metal powder, and sintering to print high-resolution parts....