3D printing casts new dimension on metals

Aerospace and hi-tech goods are driving the adoption of 3D printing in the industrial metalcasting sector. The impact of the new way to produce metal shapes is set to lead to more complex, customised and lower cost metal parts. Jessica Roberts, Senior Analyst at Roskill Information Services, analyses the disruption caused by the rise of 3D printing in the global foundry industry . . .


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