Puris’ Pillars

  • Ensuring the highest standard for contaminant-free powder
  • Promoting an open-source supply for additive manufacturing
  • Creating an affordable, available supply by advancing the efficacy of coarse powders in 3D printing

Puris’ Expertise

Puris’ team of metallurgists, including Technical Fellow Fred Yolton, bring unsurpassed industry expertise and experience that are helping to shape the future of titanium powder additive manufacturing.

3D-Printing Milestone

Puris Produces the Largest, Complex,
3D-Printed Titanium Part


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Puris Blog

Puris Blog

People ask me if and when 3D printing will become a method of mass production. As far as plastics go, I don’t know. For metals, though, it is a whole different story: it is already happening. Metal 3D-printing technologies are evolving at breakneck speed, constantly incrementing their size and velocity capabilities. One of the reasons for this, in my opinion, is the intense competition, both between different technologies and different approaches to the same technology. This is not, however, the only reason.

4 Reasons Metal 3D Printing is Big and Getting Bigger

January 25, 2016

People ask me if and when 3D printing will become a method of mass production. As far as plastics go, I don’t know. For metals, though, it is a whole different story: it is already happening. Metal 3D-printing technologies are evolving at breakneck speed, constantly incrementing their size and velocity capabilities. One of the reasons for this, in my opinion, is the intense competition, both between different technologies and different approaches to the same technology. This is not, however, the only reason.

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Puris Produces the Largest, Complex, 3D-Printed Titanium Part

Puris, LLC announced today that it recently achieved a major 3D-printing milestone: Puris successfully produced the largest, complex, 3D-printed titanium part for commercial use. The part was printed using ExOne® [NASDAQ: XONE] binder-jetting technology and was processed to 100 percent density. Measuring an estimated 19” x 19” x 11” inches with a cross-section thickness of 0.375-inch, the part weighs approximately 31 lb.

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Puris, LLC announced today that it has filed a patent for Puris 5+ TM, a proprietary high-strength, low-oxygen Ti-6AL-4V Titanium powder formulation that meets Grade 5 specifications

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Puris & ExOne 3D Print Largest Complex Titanium Part for Commercial Use

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Leading Global Metallurgists Create Largest Ever Complex 3D Printed Titanium Part

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