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RMIT Graduate Receives Award for 3D Printed Steel Tools That Cut Titanium

Hanna Watkin
Published Mar 4, 2019

Jimmy Toton, an RMIT University PhD candidate, made a 3D printed grade of steel which is capable of producing tools that cut titanium. He now received the "2019 Young Defence Innovator Award".

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