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The new method optimises alloy properties and process parameters to create superior 3D-printed metal parts. Shown here is a colorised electron micrograph of a nickel powder alloy used in the study. (Image: Raiyan Seede)

Researchers fine-tune laser AM to create defect-free metal parts

The work will benefit the aerospace, automotive and defence industries looking for better ways to build custom metal parts

The ribs are welded with a continuous seam so that the metal of the pipe and the rib becomes homogeneous. (Image: UrFU / Alexander Volkov)

Laser welding used to optimise tube finning for industry

The technology offers increased heat exchange, decreased material usage, and a reduced cost compared to other designs

Left: Raw chicken being printed in a square pattern from a food printer. Right: A blue laser beam directed to a raw chicken sample by a set of mirror galvanometers. (Image: Blutinger et al.)

Lasers used to cook 3D-printed food

The work could lead to the development of personalised digital chefs that produce foods with tailored shape, texture, and flavour

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