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Reynolds 3D Printed Titanium Dropouts: How They're Made

Posted by Andy Newlands on 11/3/2017

Reynolds Technology introduced 3D printed titanium dropouts to their range recently. As the title suggests, these dropouts are made by 3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM), rather than by traditional methods such as casting or machining. But how do you 3D print metal and why would you want to?



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