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3D Printed Auto Parts—The Future Is Now

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : May 16, 2019

Overview 3D printing (also known as “additive manufacturing”) affords manufacturers the ability to create custom parts that fit together perfectly.  Utilized for decades in the medical products and aerospace parts industries, 3D printing is increasingly being used in other industries as well, including the relatively recent advent of 3D printed metal auto parts.  New and […]

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Titanium Demand on Rise for Additive Manufacturing Printing: How it’s Made? Titanium Plasma Atomization

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : June 14, 2017

Plasma atomization is used in many applications, including 3D printing. First developed in 1998, this technique has risen to become the industry standard process for creating reactive metal powders suitable for 3D printing. Learn how plasma atomization works and why you need an oxygen monitor to stay safe with plasma atomization.  How Plasma Atomization Works Plasma […]

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Are You Using Argon in Your 3D Printers: Why PureAire May be a Good Partner

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : June 22, 2016

Thanks to new technologies, the 3D printers that have been used to create plastic three-dimensional objects can now print metal. Titanium 3D printing is possible thanks to a technique called DMLS, or Direct Metal Laser Sintering. While the potential to use titanium 3D printing is groundbreaking for many industries, the new advances could pose a […]

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Additive Manufacturing 3D Printers: Why an Oxygen Analyzer May be Required

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : June 15, 2016

For the average person, Argon or Nitrogen gas is not a topic of daily conversation, or, for that matter, any conversation, ever. It may be surprising to learn that argon is the third most common gas in the earth’s atmosphere, though most people know little about it. The word argon itself comes from a Greek […]

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