Metal 3D Printing Service

Our Metal 3D Printing Service, from Stainless Steel to Copper Materials

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Aluminum, Steel, Alloys, Hardened Steel, Stainless Steel, Bronze, Brass, Copper.

What is Metal 3D Printing?

Metal 3D printing, an additive manufacturing technique, constructs parts by melding metal particles layer by layer, resulting in a metal component. It is frequently preferred over CNC machining or metal casting due to its ability to create parts with metal-grade strength and durability, coupled with the design flexibility inherent in 3D printing.

This method enables the production of intricate designs such as lattices and topology-generated structures, which are unattainable through conventional CNC machining methods.

How Does Metal 3D Printing Works?

The metal 3D printer initiates the sintering process by first constructing support structures on the base plate, followed by the part itself, using a laser directed onto a bed of metallic powder. Once each layer or powder cross-section is micro-welded, the build plate descends, and a recoater blade spreads the next layer of powder across the platform within an inert build chamber. This layer-by-layer process continues until the part is fully formed.

Maximum Part Size (Metals)
600 mm (X) x 600 mm (Y) x 500 mm (Z)

Diverse Materials for Metal 3D Printing

Our metal 3D printing materials encompass a diverse range tailored to various needs:

  1. Aluminum: Lightweight yet robust, suitable for aerospace, automotive, and consumer goods.
  2. Steel: Offers strength and durability, ideal for industrial machinery, tooling, and automotive parts.
  3. Alloys: Custom blends catering to specific applications, blending properties of different metals.
  4. Hardened Steel: Enhanced durability and wear resistance, favored for tooling, molds, and mechanical parts.
  5. Stainless Steel: Corrosion-resistant, suitable for medical devices, kitchenware, and marine applications.
  6. Bronze: Known for its malleability and corrosion resistance, used in sculptures, artwork, and decorative pieces.
  7. Brass: Offers a blend of strength and aesthetics, used in musical instruments, fittings, and decorative items.
  8. Copper: Known for its excellent electrical conductivity, utilized in electronics, wiring, and heat exchangers.
Each material brings unique properties suited to specific industries and applications, offering versatility and performance in metal 3D printing.

Th Advantages of Metal 3D Printing

Metal 3D printing offers numerous advantages, as it can fabricate intricate metal components suitable for various end-use scenarios. These parts exhibit isotropic properties, ensuring uniform strength in all directions, and boast the superior mechanical characteristics of metals such as aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, Inconel, tool steel, and stainless steel-bronze composites.

Additionally, 3D metal printing facilitates the consolidation of multiple assembly components into a single part, resulting in structures with enhanced strength by minimizing potential points of failure associated with threads and inserts.

Moreover, the direct transmission of CAD file data to a printer streamlines the production process, making metal 3D printed parts typically more cost-effective and faster to manufacture compared to machined metal parts. Machining metal parts often entails overhead expenses like tooling setup and extended machining durations, whereas most 3D printed metal components can be produced in less than a week.

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Utilizations of Metal 3D Printing Across Diverse Sectors

Metal 3D printing finds applications in swift industrial tooling, crafting intricate components such as conformal jigs, fixtures, stamps, dies, and cutting inserts. In diverse sectors like consumer products, robotics, aerospace, and defense, it's employed for integrated fastening elements, end-effectors, and intricate metal lattice structures. Leveraging its remarkable durability and strength, metal 3D printing produces fully functional late-stage prototypes or end-use parts across these domains.

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