Rosotics Raises $750,000 To Develop Rapid Induction 3D Printer

Rosotics believes induction will make for more efficient 3D printing of parts.


Credit: Rosototics
Startup Rosotics has raised $750,000 in “pre-seed funding” to develop a rapid induction metal 3D printer for making large aerospace parts. The Mesa, Arizona-based company says using induction, rather than laser sintering, requires significantly less energy and less material to produce large parts....

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