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By A.J. Roan
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3D printing ultra-strong titanium alloys

Metal Tech News - September 21, 2022


Last updated 9/20/2022 at 3:12pm

Laser sintering metal into a complex shape, not otherwise possible with casting.

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Direct metal laser sintering is one method that metal 3D printers utilize to produce components. Using a laser, the part is made by sintering, or making something into a solid through heat and pressure without melting.

Monash University researchers discover durable microstructure makes stronger titanium

A world-first study led by Monash University engineers in Australia has demonstrated how cutting-edge 3D printing techniques can be used to produce ultra-strong titanium alloy – a significant leap forward for the aerospace, space, defense, and biomedical industries.

"Titanium alloys require complex...

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