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A microscopic image of 3D-printed 17-4 stainless steel

Researchers Uncover How to 3D-Print One of the Strongest Stainless Steel

A team of researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Argonne National...
Martensite steel powder used for 3D printing, with an inset that shows a zoomed-in view of powder, Researchers at Texas A&M University worked with the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop a framework for 3D printing defect-free objects with this type of metal. (Image source: Raiyan Seede, Texas A&M University)

Simplifying Additive Manufacturing using Hard Steels

Martensitic steels are some of the strongest, least expensive and most lightweight forms of these types of metals. However, until...