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Boron 3D Metal Printing Aerospace
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Boron 3D Metal Printing

AML3D and Deakin University's Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) announces a series of collaborative feasibility projects exploring Boron 3D Metal Printing using Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs) in Wire Additive Manufacturing. The new composite could revolutionize Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM) by enjoying far-reaching commercial industry implications for applications in 3D metal printing globally.

Boron 3D Metal Printing

Boron 3D Metal Printing Aerospace

AML3D and Deakin University's Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) announces a series of collaborative feasibility projects exploring Boron 3D Metal Printing using Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs) in Wire Additive Manufacturing. The new composite could revolutionize Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM) by enjoying far-reaching commercial industry implications for applications in 3D metal printing globally.

Boron: The Holy Grail of Aerospace and Defense

Boron - Aerospace

It is one of the most common metals on our planet, but did you know that it has uses outside the industry? Aerospace and defence have used boron for decades due to its ability to be doped with other elements. Let's explore how it can help your business stay competitive in this highly regulated field. What makes Boron different from other materials? The boron atom can create a range of materials and alloys that are important for projects in the Aerospace industry. Due to their similar boiling points, the element tends to form borides with other metals, especially aluminium, titanium, and...