The X Tiles: Direct Metal Laser Sintering Stainless Steel vs. Aluminum

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In this episode of The X Tiles, join Xometry Greg as he takes a look at Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) in stainless steel versus aluminum, what sort of things you should be aware of when deciding between these two material options, and design considerations for each.
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