3D printing of flexures

About four years ago, high-tech system supplier NTS started to invest in 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, by participating in AddLab, a facility which was built on the ambition to develop a broad range of high-end applications for 3D metal printing. Recently, the transition was made from the lab to the fab, AddFab, and NTS strengthened its focus on industrial metal printing. This article briefly describes the challenges involved in printing metal parts with integrated flexures, supported by cases developed by NTS over the last three years.

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