Metal 3D printing and the future of nuclear fusion

Will the next tokamak be 3D printed?  How can metal 3D printing help change the future of nuclear fusion? Watch our latest interview, this time with Chris Waldon from the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. The Culham folks are taking part in the Amaze project, coordinated by the European Space Agency, trying to set standards for metal 3D printing parts for high-tech, high-stress applications.

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