Former Lawrence Livermore engineer granted metal 3D printer patent with Seurat Technologies

Former Lawrence Livermore engineer granted metal 3D printer patent with Seurat Technologies

Californian company Seurat Technologies has been granted a patent for a new metal additive manufacturing system. The company was founded by ex-Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) engineer James DeMuth and has raised a total of $3.4 million in June 2016. DeMuth left LLNL in 2015 at the same time Seurat was founded. Since then, the federal research facility has made several advancements in the field of metal 3D printing, such as a direct metal writing technique and an innovative selective laser melting technique . Seurat Technologies’ patent refers to a system in which “ two-dimensional energy patterning and energy […]

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