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Metal 3d printing soon ‘affordable’ thanks to new Selective Inhibition Sintering (SIS) process

From: 3ders.org | 3D printing in metal is, in some ways, the caviar of the additive manufacturing menu. Not only is it capable of achieving extremely high levels of detail, it is also extremely durable, long-lasting and suitable for countless industrial and medical applications. There’s just one little obstacle barring … Continue reading

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Affordable Metal 3D Printing – New Selective Inhibition Sintering (SIS) Process May Be Groundbreaking

From: 3DPrint.com by Brian Krassenstein | Published on November 11, 2014 | Currently, machines capable of printing with various metal alloys run anywhere from $500,000 on up, making them basically untouchable to the general pubic. Those machines which are currently under development usually combine technologies such as welding with Cartesian-based … Continue reading

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SIS-Metal Paper is Awarded

The following presentation has been recognized as one of twelve Best Papers for the 2014 Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium – An Additive Manufacturing Conference: Calibration of a Piezo-Electric Printhead in the Selective Inhibition Sintering (SIS) Process for Fabrication of High Quality Metallic Parts P. Torabi, M. Petros, B. Khoshnevis, University … Continue reading

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Researchers Are Making A 3D Printer That Can Build A House In 24 Hours

From: Business Insider | Published on January 9, 2014 | At The University of Southern California, Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis has built a colossal 3D printer that can build a house in 24 hours. Khoshnevis’s robot comes equipped with a nozzle that spews out concrete and can build a home based … Continue reading

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Homes on Mars? 3D Printing Could Make That Possible, Says NASA

From: AOL Real Estate | Published on December 31, 2013 | The process, called “Contour Crafting,” was conceived as a way to quickly construct emergency housing on this planet out of concrete. But NASA sees other applications for Khoshnevis’ homebuilding innovation — for starters, projects such as an airport on … Continue reading

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