Metal 3D Printing – also known as Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) and Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) – is the process in which parts are manufactured by a laser fusing together high-performance metals, layer by layer. Produced directly from 3D CAD data, 3D metal printing produces parts that are strong and lightweight with complex internal features, such as undercuts, channels through sections, tubes within tubes and internal voids. Metal 3D printing is a fast, accurate and cost-effective method to produce one-off prototype components and the economical manufacture of small series parts for testing purposes or as final production components for use in many different environments, without the investment in time and money of conventional tooling.
Our metal 3D printing video explains the process from beginning to end, explaining how the process works in more detail. However, should you wish to visit our premises to see the technology in action, or speak with one of our experts, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss your metal 3D printing requirements in more detail.
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