This case study takes a closer look at the potential of flexible and compliant systems in mechanical engineering and their technological advantage through the use of amorphous alloys in 3D printing, based on the machine element of a solid-state joint itself and the success story of the amorphous component on a TRUMPF machine.
The combination of 3D printing, compliant mechanisms, and amorphous alloys allow a wide range of potentials and benefits to be unlocked in future applications:
- Actuator and sensor applications
- Cryogenic space applications
- Microgripper controls
- Positioning and weighing systems
Discover in our Case Study how a new class of materials is overcoming the existing limits.
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