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BeAM’s Magic 2.0 Additive Manufacturing System Demonstrates Range of Motion

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BeAM Machines's Magic 2.0 AM system uses Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology to melt metal powders. The machine's range of motion is extensive, allowing for customized applications and adding to existing shapes. At the Cincinnati location, BeAM engineer Daniel Driscoll demonstrates the machine's range of motion for 3DPrint.com -- read about it here: https://3dprint.com/173198/beam-metal-3d-printing-in-us/ [Video: Sarah Goehrke for 3DPrint.com]

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