We print using market leading technology and offer a large range of different metals. Our strength is material knowledge. By optimizing the material selection the advantages of additive manufacturing are very much increased.
We produce metal components. We offer a variety of materials like maraging steel, Inconel, titanium, stainless steel and aluminium. The most important material information you find here.
Together with our cooperation network we also offer 3D-printed plastic products.
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Hard and durable hardening tool steel. With a hardness around 55 HRC, it is particularly suitable for mold inserts, tooling production and other end-use components requiring special strength. Hardened pieces are easy to work with spark machining and can be polished.
A heat-resistant, highly corrosion-resistant high-strength nickel alloy that is easy and cost-effective to replace traditional stainless steels. The Inconel 718 is the obvious choice for all steel applications, but also for more technical applications where fatigue resistance from cold temperatures up to 700 ° C is required.
Excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance combined with low specific gravity. You should use titanium when you want to increase the strength of the pieces in a cost-effective way with reduced weight. Typical applications are found in fast moving industrial components as well as in the motorsport industry.
High-strength cast aluminum. Due to its good thermal properties, it is suitable for applications where thermal conductivity is required in combination with aluminum lightness. Depending on the printing process you choose, EOS aluminum can be used in demanding applications as well as manufacturing of less critical components.
Corrosion resistant-steel. Components made of 316L stainless steel have excellent toughness. Despite of the fact that we often recommend you to consider replacing the 316L with the Inconel 718 because of its superior features, there are applications where 316L has its place. Components that go into the food industry, for example, are made from 316L.