We caught up with 3DEO last week and discovered they have reached a significant milestone.
I also stopped by the booth of metal AM company 3DEO, which is located in California and, as company president Matt Sand told me in an email ahead of RAPID, “invented a VERY unique high-volume production metal 3D printing technology that overcomes many of the technology limitations of binder jetting and laser sintering.”
When it comes to metal 3D printing, achieving high-volume production is the holy grail for the vast majority of companies. 3DEO, a metal 3D printing company founded in 2016, claims to have achieved just that, thanks to its patented Intelligent Layering technology.
Thanks again for registering for the webinar last week. If you missed it or want to forward to colleagues, use this link to access the recording: Metal 3D Printing Made Easy, from Prototype to Production.
With all the hype surrounding the burgeoning production method, some beliefs have become wrongly entrenched.
In the past 5 years, metal additive manufacturing has made great strides as a discipline. Thanks to significant breakthroughs and developments, media coverage and public consciousness of the field have exploded. The mania surrounding 3D printed organs, guns, and other hot-topic items are just recent symptoms of our society’s natural fascination with exciting 3D printing technologies.
Topics: Metal 3D Printing