Million Dollar 3D Printer Gives You Titanium Balls – 3D Printing With Metals

Million Dollar 3D Printer Gives You Titanium Balls – 3D Printing With Metals

A $1 million dollar 3D printer creates tiny balls of pure titanium powder. You can have one made for you for $124.

Read: A $1 Million 3D Printer Could Give You the Tiny Titanium Balls You’ve Always Wanted

If you’re on a budget, try the $1500 DIY metal 3D printer…
http://gigaom.com/2013/12/02/michigan-tech-scientists-build-a-1500-diy-metal-3d-printer/

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