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FlashFuse 3D Printing Technology: Plasma Strengthens 3D Printed Parts

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Plasma technology from Essentium Materials, seen here at use on a 3D printer from STACKER 3D, allows for stronger FFF-3D printed components — up to 98% the strength of an injection molded part. Here the plasma is in action as seen at RAPID + TCT. Read more about the process at 3DPrint.com: https://3dprint.com/174347/essentium-interview-rapid/

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