by Sarah Saunders | Aug 9, 2017 | 3D Printing, 3D Printing Materials, Metal 3D Printing |
Some people cook by some inherent sense or knowledge, throwing ingredients into a bowl willy nilly with nary a thought of opening up a cookbook; later, of course, the dish turns out great. I, however, am not one of these people, and require a recipe in front of me at all times to make sure everything comes out just right. The same could be said for 3D printing jobs, which is why 3D printer suppliers are increasingly creating additive manufacturing materials recipe books of their own. Optomec is introducing over two dozen starter recipes to customers for its two patented 3D printing technologies: LENS, for metal 3D printing, and Aerosol Jet, used to 3D print electronics. The recipes, which were developed by the company’s application experts, are being released in order to help customers get their additive manufacturing solutions implemented faster. Customers can use the starter recipes to leverage the advanced features of LENS and Aerosol Jet printers to get high-quality results – the recipes will help users choose and process the perfect metal and electronics materials to meet their specific requirements.
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