Industrial 3D printing means that the manufacturing process no longer determines the complexity of a component, but rather the product’s desired functionality and design. Complex geometries, such as three-dimensional structures with undercuts or cavities, are typically impossible to manufacture with conventional technologies like milling, turning or casting, or are only possible at disproportionately high costs.
A new way to help the airline industry save dollars and the environment by manufacturing aircrafts’ metal parts with 3D printing.
Cutting edge In Process Monitoring suite ensures Quality Assurance throughout the build process, as well as a complete digital twin available upon part completion.
3D Direct Metal Laser Printing Capabilities in Titanium, Inconel 718, Stainless Steel, Aluminum & Copper.