This video shows step-by-step how complex metal parts can be produced using 3D printers. This process, often called Additive Manufacturing, is not science fiction anymore. It is used not only for prototyping but also for commercial manufacturing. The parts can have very complex shapes and can be made of numerous metals and composites including titanium, aluminium, stainless steels, cobalt chrome and nickel alloys.

Imagine printing those expensive and slow-moving strategic spares on demand. Or imagine your customers doing it themselves…

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