Desktop Metal Expands Into Carbon-Fiber 3D Printing

Credit: Fiber printer in situ: Desktop Metal
Desktop Metal, a U.S. startup that produces low-cost, high-speed metal 3D printers for rapid prototyping and mass production, has introduced a system that can print carbon-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic parts. The new Fiber printers use a process called micro automated fiber placement (µAFP) to...

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