3D Printing News Unpeeled: 3d Printed Steak Bites, Huntington Ingalls, McLaren and Mantle

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Today we hear of Stakeholder foods making 3D printed Omekase Beef bites, McLaren using Stratasys NEO parts for the wind tunnel and on the Formula 1 car, 3D Systems qualifies Praxis CuNi30 with Huntington Ingalls for use in marine parts, tooling 3D printer company Mantle launches commercially, Rayshape has a new dental 3D printer and 3DGence partners with Emery to make bound metal 3D printers and materials.

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