News release: Additive Manufacturing of Intricate Structures in Commercially Pure Copper (docx)

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News release:  Additive Manufacturing of Intricate Structures in Commercially Pure Copper

Additive Manufacturing of Intricate Structures in Commercially Pure Copper
Pure copper is a highly desirable material for heat exchangers and electrical components due to its excellent thermal and electrical properties. While these properties are beneficial for the application, they also turn the process of using copper in additive manufacturing into a challenge. Here, Kenneth Nai, Principal Engineer at Renishaw, explores how to overcome this issue and use additive manufacturing to produce fine complex copper structures for heat exchangers.

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