Fabrisonic provides 3D metal printing services. What makes them stand out is that they do this without melting any materials in the process, which is a common trait of 3D metal printing. Fabrisonic CEO Mark Norfolk explains the process that allows them to do this, as well as welding dissimilar metals together. Mark also explains how Fabrisonic has done 3D metal printing that allows them to drop in electronic components without damaging them.
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