Metal Additive Manufacturing (also referred to as 3D printing) builds components layer by layer using materials which are available in fine powder form. It is a revolutionary technology that produces 99.5% dense parts directly from 3D CAD data.
Strength of Additive Manufacturing lies in those areas where traditional manufacturing has reached its limitations. It enables design driven manufacturing and helps build complex structures which can be extremely light and stable. It allows us to deliver prototypes and engage in serial production with mass customization at reasonable unit cost.
A thin layer of metal powder is spread over the build platform and a high power laser scans the cross-section of the component, melting (or fusing) the metal particles together and creating the next layer.
The layering is repeated hundreds or thousands of times until the entire object has been finished through its vertical dimension.
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