3-D printing: A new U.S. manufacturing advantage?
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3-D printing: A new U.S. manufacturing advantage?

Cleveland : OH : USA | Jul 20, 2012 at 2:59 AM PDT
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'Green' impellers made from stainless steel powder and adherent are alloyed with brass through a capillary process. Here the brass is poured into the crucible container before being heated to 1100 degrees Celcius. Manufacturers are increasingly using 3-D printers to make production parts, rather than just product prototypes. Based on a computer-aided design, the machines put down layer upon layer of a metal or plastic powder until a part or product is formed--kind of like a document prnter. ExOne in Irwin, Pa. makes the printers but is also a service provider that prints aerospace, automotive, energy and other parts for manufacturers.

http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20120712/BUSINESS09/307120027/3-D-printing-churns-out-more-goods?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Home

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