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Metal 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing

New Powder Metal Alloys Added to MPIF Standard 35

Posted by 3DEO on Oct 19, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The MPIF Standard 35 for powder metallurgy now includes two aluminum alloys in the 2xxx designation series.


The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) released a new materials standard for aluminum alloys, which will become part of their Materials Standards for Metal Injection Molded Parts publication.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Design for 3D Printing, Metal 3D Printing, News, MIM, hardening, aluminum, powder metal

3DEO in the News: TCT Magazine Article

Posted by 3DEO on Sep 5, 2017 5:44:14 PM

3DEO are, like Desktop Metal, aiming to make metal 3D printing more affordable. And like Desktop Metal and Markforged, they are using MIM powders and a secondary sintering step to achieve that. However the big difference comes in their process, 3DEO describes six steps to achieving a finished metal part that is more affordable and meets the high industry benchmark MPIF Standard 35 while still achieving tight tolerances.

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Topics: Conferences, Metal 3D Printing, MIM, powder metal

3DEO in the News: Fabbaloo Article

Posted by 3DEO on Jul 10, 2017 12:06:24 AM

A Los Angeles-based company is working a new 3D metal printing process that could prove popular.

3DEO is a new startup that has developed their own patent-pending 3D metal printing process. Like many 3D metal printing processes, 3DEO starts with metal powder.

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Topics: Metal 3D Printing, News, powder metal, metal am, stainless steel parts