Accelerates delivery of Joule Printing™ for high-speed metal additive manufacturing
Metal 3D printing has a need for speed. In manufacturing, speed drives economics and scalability,...
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Digital Alloys, a company formed just two years ago and located in Boston MA, has been working on a very exciting new metal printing technology over the past years. They call it Joule Printing™.
Digital Alloys, which secured a $12.9 million Series B funding round in 2018, has developed its Joule Printing technology which uses metal wire instead of metal powders as its raw material.
Digital Alloys’ Joule Printing technology makes wire-based metal 3D printing practical for smaller parts.
We decided to sit down with the CEO of Digital Alloys, Duncan McCallum, to talk about some of the interesting things his firm is getting up to when it comes to 3D printing metals
Expert Interview: Digital Alloys CEO Duncan McCallum on Joule Printing and the Future of Metal 3D Printing
AMFG spoke with Digital Alloys’ CEO, Duncan McCallum, to learn more about Joule Printing and his thoughts on the future of metal 3D printing.
Extended Coverage of Digital Alloys Series B Round and Joule Printing Patents Our Series B round...
3D Printing Industry caught up with Digital Alloys’ CEO Duncan McCallum to learn more about the patented Joule Printing system that is now claimed to be the highest density and strength metal additive manufacturing option.
We spoke to Duncan McCallum, CEO of Digital Alloys, to learn about the company’s Joule Printing process and its future plans.
Digital Alloys Nets $12.9M from Boeing, Lincoln Electric, G20 Ventures Announces patents on...
Digital Alloys Inc., the leading provider of high-speed, low-cost multi-metal additive manufacturing systems, today announced seven additions to its Board of Directors and Board of Advisors…
Khosla Ventures Leads $5 Million Series A Financing Of Digital Alloys, Inc., A Multi-Metal 3D Printing Spin-Out Of NVBOTS.
Khosla Ventures Leads $5 Million Series A Financing Of Digital Alloys, Inc., A Multi-Metal 3D...
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