Daimler is investing big in automated 3D metal printing, and that’s exciting


It’s no secret that 3D printing has begun to change the way we think about manufacturing things in small volumes, but it’s relatively expensive and requires lots of human interaction to make sure it goes well. However, if Daimler, Premium Aerotec and EOS have their way, that could all change.

Additive manufacturing (another name for 3D printing) can be done with plastic, ceramics and even metals, and it’s this last material that Daimler is interested in, the company said on its blog Wednesday.

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