AIM3D’s game-changing ‘CEM’-based ExAM255 system cuts metal 3D printing costs by using granulate materials

AIM3D's game-changing 'CEM'-based ExAM255 system cuts metal 3D printing costs by using granulate materials

AIM3D , a German startup founded by a team of researchers from the University of Rostock, is aiming to revolutionize the 3D printer market with its innovative CEM technology. The startup is currently developing the ExAM255, a 3D printer which takes inspiration from injection molding processes to additively manufacture in both metal and plastic. CEM, which stands for composite extrusion modeling, is a novel 3D printing process which uses metal granulate rather than metal powders to build up complex models in a layer-by-layer fashion. That is, rather that use a laser to sinter a bed of metal powder, the […]

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