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In many places 3D printers, which manufacture objects from plastic powder, have already been in use for several years. A new development, though, is the 3D printer that Audi installed at Toolmaking. The printer uses a laser melting process to produce metal components whose complex geometries – as seen in cooling ducts, for example – make it hardly possible (if at all) to manufacture them with conventional processes.
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