New Additive Manufacturing Technique Uses Mach 3 Speeds to Build Parts

Leslie Langnau | May 1, 2018

An innovative and new additive manufacturing approach was shown at the recent RAPID + TCT show in Ft. Worth, TX. This new additive manufacturing technology uses supersonic deposition. Material is shot through a jet engine nozzle at speeds to Mach 3, and deposited in geometric patterns layer by layer. SPEE3D introduced this technology, referred to it as Supersonic 3D Deposition (SP3D). No heat is used to “melt” the metal powders. And parts can safely be handled immediately after the build

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