Northeast Ohio Makes Room for a Massive 3D Printer to Boost Manufacturing

Story excerpt provided by WKSU.

Written by Tim Rudell.

Additive manufacturing — commonly called 3D printing — is a fast-growing technology in northeast Ohio.  And Tuesday it got bigger, literally.

“Sixteen tons and what you get?”  A 22-foot long high-tech machine that creates sophisticated sand-casting molds for complex metal parts.

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Originally published January 24, 2017.

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