TCT Magazine: Essentium CEO on New 3D Printing Materials and its 4-Year US Air Force Contract

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“This is super boring stuff to 99% of people in the world, but for me, as a materials scientist, I’m super geeking out about this.” This excitement is routine for Essentium CEO Blake Teipel. It comes to the fore whenever his company is ready to unveil the latest products of its in-house materials or lift the curtain on an ongoing collaboration. 

Discussing announcements made in conjunction with Formnext Connect, and prior to the virtual exhibition and conference, the excitement is twofold. Teipel shares about the exciting new materials launching in accordance with a multi-year contract with the US Air Force.

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