3D Metal Printing


We use a 3D printing process called Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM). This additive manufacturing process uses a high-powered laser to melt and fuse successive layers of powdered metal into three-dimensional solid parts. The advantage is that the more complex or feature rich the component, the more economical the process becomes. 

Revolutionary Technology

3D metal printing is a revolutionary technology that produces impossible-to-make parts directly from your CAD data. Parts can be made quickly with a minimum of material waste making them ideal for next-generation engineering in aerospace, medical, automotive, and other industries. 



In traditional manufacturing, making metal and plastic objects can be a wasteful process. Lot‘s of chunky parts and a lot of surplus material are used. When aircraft makers manufacture metal parts, up to 90% of the material is being cut away. 3D printing metal parts uses less energy and reduces waste to a minimum. Especially, as the finished 3D printed product can be up to 60% lighter compared to the machined part. The aviation industry alone saves billions of dollars through this weight reduction, mainly on fuel.

Advantages Of 3D Printing

1) 3D metal printed parts are fully dense, incorporating complex geometries and precise internal features that cannot be made with traditional machining alone.

2) Designs can be made quickly with a minimum of material waste while maximizing strength.

3) Conformal cooling channels greatly improve performance and resistance to thermal stress, ideal for aerospace and automotive applications.

4) Multiple, identical parts can be built on a single platform at one time, greatly increasing production efficiency.