Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) is an ideal rapid prototyping solution for customers who need high-quality metal prototypes quickly. DMLS does not require any special tooling, allowing for turn-around time of few days. This process is typically used for complex, intricate parts that would be difficult or impossible to manufacture by traditional methods.
DMLS provides opportunity to print parts only when required and in required quantities. This helps to reduce the inventory cost to a large extent. Parts can be printed from a digital CAD data and in an on-demand basis.
Repair instead of replacing! Damaged areas on the Tool can be repaired quickly using Laser Sintering. This enables longer operating life and reduced operating costs.
Tools can be directly 3D printed to shorten the development time. Several Tooling parts can be combined into one single part. Conformal cooling designs can be integrated and generative design methodologies can be applied to reduce the Tool weight.
Reverse engineering has become a viable method to create a 3D virtual model of an existing physical part and print it with same or enhanced features. The physical object can be measured using 3D scanning technologies like CMMs, laser scanners, structured light digitizers, or Industrial CT Scanning (computed tomography).
The objective was to develop a verified methods platform for performing small number of tests to fully map out the melt pool geometry, microstructure, and mechanical properties as a means for rapid qualification of DMLS powders
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