Russian group claims to have developed an electron beam metal 3D printer that can print in space

Russian group claims to have developed an electron beam metal 3D printer that can print in space

A group of Russian organizations that includes the Roscosmos-associated Energiya Rocket and Space Corporation and Tomsk-based electron beam specialist TETA has developed a prototype of an electron beam metal 3D printer. The group says the 3D printer could be used in space. A group of Russian organizations says it has developed an electron beam 3D printer Metal 3D printing is, for the most part, quite unlike fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing, the most common kind of additive manufacturing. Where FDM uses spools of stringy plastic, metal 3D printing techniques like selective laser sintering (SLS) and selective laser melting […]

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