This 3D printer is capable of manufacturing objects weighing up to a ton

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How could it be otherwise, especially if we take into account the magnitude of the machine we are going to talk about, there is no other place in the world where they can have the capacity and imagination to build something like this than in Russia, a country that has developed a first prototype of 3D printer capable of manufacture any type of large metal product weighing up to one ton.

Apparently and according to the little information that has transcended, this metal 3D printer prototype has been designed with the particularity that it must be capable of manufacturing metal products that will later be used by companies and sectors as different as aerospace, nuclear industries and even for the manufacture of new generation rockets.

From Russia we get information about one of the largest metal 3D printers on the planet.

Undoubtedly, this Russian development highlights the need and above all the great advantages that this type of machine can offer, capable of producing, as is the case, articles of quite complex shapes whose weight can rise up to the ton. In terms of volume, we are talking about a capacity that reaches the three cubic meters, something that current machines cannot match.

Finally, note that this machine has been designed, developed and built by the company specialized in 3D printing. Space and Rockets Energy Corporation located in the famous city of Tomsk, located southwest of Siberia. As a detail, tell you that this city is quite famous since it belongs to Roscosmos, the Russian space agency.

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