Today, iFuzion announced it will be receiving a TRUMPF TruPrint 1000 in early 2019. Expanding on iFuzion's additive capabilies, the TruPrint will allow for the finest lattice structures and more of the most complex geometries to be printed from metal alloys. The raw materials currently available are stainless steels, tool steels, aluminum, inconel, cobalt-chrome, titanium, copper, and precious metal alloys. The build volume for the TruPrint is 100mm X 100mm X 100mm.
"We are excited to get into metals in the new year. The technology involved with metals additive manufacturing is truly incredible. I know I'm looking forward to expanding our capabilities even further soon," said iFuzion CEO, Jeffrey Jakubowski.