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Metal 3D Printing: How to print strong and functional parts

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Learn everything you need to know about metal 3D printing! From this video you’ll learn how design parts for metal 3D printing and how to best optimize your parts for this revolutionary technology. Metal 3D printing is often referred to as the holy grail of 3D printing with the main benefit being the unique design freedom the technology offers. When watching this video you’ll learn (in less than 10 minutes) the following:

How metal 3D printers work and how the printing process is similar to SLS.

The main advantages of metal 3D printing.

The major limitations of metal 3D printing that you need to be aware of when deciding if this technology is the right one for producing your parts.

The costs of metal 3D printing.

Post processing for metal 3D printing.

Actionable design guidelines to learn how to design parts for metal 3D printing.

The latest technology updates such as binder jetting.

We also look into why metal 3D printing is used for integrated lattice or porous structures.


This video is part of the longer series “What is 3D Printing?” that will cover all the main technologies of 3D printing. Subscribe to this channel to receive notifications of new releases and check out the other videos in the series to learn more about 3D printing.

To learn more about metal 3D printing and to get a better comparison over different technologies, check out this guide: https://www.3dhubs.com/guides/metal-3d-printing/

If you’re curious about the cost for producing your parts with metal 3D printing, learn more here and get an instant and free quote: https://www.3dhubs.com/3d-printing/metal/

Do you have any questions? Leave us a comment!

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