Category Archives: Critical Materials Institute

CMI entwickelt neue Legierung für Magnet-3D-Druck

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Das Critical Materials Institute (CMI), ein Institut des US-Energieministerium, nutzt 3D-Laser-Metalldruck, um eine wirtschaftlichere sowie kostengünstige Methode zur Herstellung von 3D-gedruckten Magneten zu entwickeln. Die Welt der additiven Fertigung ist mittlerweile kaum mehr aus unserem Alltag wegzudenken. Vor allem im Metall-3D-Druck lesen wir fast täglich von neuen Innovationen. Nun arbeitet auch das US-amerikanische Critical Materials [...]

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US Department of Energy Working to 3D Print Rare Earth Metals

(3D Printing Industry) The Critical Materials Institute (CMI) at the US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory is hoping to synthesize rare earth metals using 3D metal printing. Rare earth elements are finite and yet, today’s industry depends on them for some of our most essential technologies, such as those that involve x-rays, lasers and magnets. Optomec, an Albuquerque-based 3D metal printer manufacturer will use a LENS MR-7 to develop new metal alloys to replace rare-earth elements found in critical technologies, like clean energy systems. The Optomec machine divides its metal powder supply into four chambers, fed to the print head in such a way that the metals can be combined into an almost endless number of alloys.

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US Department of Energy Working to 3D Print Rare Earth Metals

(3D Printing Industry) The Critical Materials Institute (CMI) at the US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory is hoping to synthesize rare earth metals using 3D metal printing. Rare earth elements are finite and yet, today’s industry depends on them for some of our most essential technologies, such as those that involve x-rays, lasers and magnets. Optomec, an Albuquerque-based 3D metal printer manufacturer will use a LENS MR-7 to develop new metal alloys to replace rare-earth elements found in critical technologies, like clean energy systems. The Optomec machine divides its metal powder supply into four chambers, fed to the print head in such a way that the metals can be combined into an almost endless number of alloys.

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