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Personal 3D printing isn’t the only industry that’s getting more crowded. Huge Japanese trading company Mitsubishi will begin selling a professional-grade metal laser sintering 3D printer in North America this month, 3Ders reports. The printer is made by Matsuura and starts at roughly $850,000. Laser sintering, which uses a laser to seal together powdered particles of a material, has yet to be adapted to the desktop, meaning large, professional machines like these are the norm.

  1. OK Stratasys, 3D Printer Co.

    Lets see you spend your lawyer money to stop these guys. I’m glad this kind of stuff keeps you busy.


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