3D via welding electrodes

Someone was asking recently about the prospects of using MIG to make
3D parts. Here's something close. It uses a plasma torch and titanium
filler metal:
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Reply to
Ed Huntress
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That was me. Thanks.
Reply to
Tim Wescott
Sounds interesting.
I tried to find some information on the company , but did not succeed
Dan.
Reply to
dcaster
Well, Norsk Titanium's website:
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...is in English. And the SUNY/Plattsburgh facility (SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Plattsburgh, NY) is just a phone call away. Talk to a professor there who's connected to the Norsk project, and you'll probably get an invitation to come see it.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
I like the lab build PCB's being cranked out - at least two layers of metal and the correct impedance in a flex design.
New world out there. Martin
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Martin Eastburn

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