Welding the Unweldable and 3D Printing the Unprintable

Monday, October 23, 2017
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High-strength alloys have been critical in the development of aircraft wings and fuselages, and other high-performance applications in demanding environments where margins for error are extremely small. Many alloys could also be useful in additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, which, at the highest level, makes it possible to fabricate complex, high-precision objects without the cost or geometric constraints of die-making and machining processes.

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