Digital Alloys Offers Joule Printing as a Service

Rapid 2019: Digital Alloys highlights Joule Printing, its metal 3D printing process that will be used to make parts for customers later this year.
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Digital Alloys will officially launch its Joule Printing services business in the second half of 2019. Joule Printing pushes current through welding wire to melt the tip, building up metal parts through resistive heating. Parts will initially be made from Ti64 and H13 steel, with additional metals to come. Additive manufacturing with the company’s Joule Printing process delivers high speed and low cost for hard metal parts, the company says.