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Additive manufacturing might seem confusing, but we’re here to show you exactly how it works and how it might benefit your industry.
We understand the hesitation for Aerospace businesses to adopt additive manufacturing. The truth is, our LPBF (Laser Powder Bed Fusion) parts can offer significant performance benefits. If you’re looking to explore the use of AM for optimised parts, our services could provide this opportunity.
The space race isn’t over. Technological change in the Space industry is accelerating rapidly as we seek performance improvements. Optimisation and weight reduction are critical for parts used in space – we can provide this. What’s more, our AM technologies can reduce material usage and cost when compared to other manufacturing processes.
We’re always looking for ways to help organisations increase their efficiencies. Our WAAM (Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing) system is perfect if you’re looking to condense your development cycles, manufacture parts on demand or reduce inventory. We can also provide parts with enhanced performance without increasing lead times.
Formula 1 continues to pioneer additive manufacturing applications. As well as performance improvements, it provides a key benefit for those producing motorsport parts: rapid manufacturing. Our LPBF service can take your part from 3D design to a finished product in a matter of days; this never compromises the stringent quality requirements of these applications.
General Manufacturing / Engineering
Our additive manufacturing services are fantastic for solving manufacturing challenges or easing pressure on your supply chain. We understand that some parts need to be produced as and when the need arises. WAAM is the perfect tool for reducing lead time and keeping the production of legacy parts a viable option.
Mold and Die / Tooling
With reduced cycle times via conformally cooled molds, it’s no wonder molds and dies were among the first products to be optimised for, and manufactured by, LPBF. For homogenised cooling rates, LPBF can manufacture complex cooling channels close to the surface of metal parts. You can also iterate design cycles quickly by utilising AM for rapid prototyping of tooling.
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