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Australian additive manufacturer Titomimic announced on the 16th that its world's largest and fastest metal 3D printer has been officially launched in Melbourne.
Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing technology is a technology like inkjet printers that uses a three-dimensional model of a computer as a blueprint to process parts on a layer-by-layer basis. Traditional cutting, cutting, grinding and other processing techniques are called "reduced material processing", and additive manufacturing allows you to produce complex parts that are difficult to process due to technical constraints.
According to the company's public relations, metal 3D printers are 9 meters long, 3 meters wide and 1.5 meters high, and can fuse various metal materials without going through a smelting process.
According to media reports, the patented additive manufacturing technology used in this 3D printer, developed by the Australian Federal Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, can facilitate the spraying of metal particles such as titanium by jet air flow . Flexible and sustainable The company's future goal is to achieve zero waste disposal to reduce environmental pollution.
Jeff Lang, CEO and chief technology officer of Titomimic, said the media will also challenge aviation, space, defense, underwater, transportation and consumer goods manufacturing in the future.