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The Seattle-based company iro3D is developing a desktop metal 3D printer that will cost just $5,000. The printer is reportedly capable of producing strong, high carbon steel objects, and was recently debuted on Joel Telling's "3D Printing Nerd" YouTube channel.
Raise3D has unveiled the Pro2 Series, a line of industrial-grade 3D printers that offer accuracy, reliability, and a wide range of material capabilities. The company has also announced a new vision to "Pathfind Flexible Manufacturing" by providing customized solutions for vertical markets.