The additive advantage
Once in a while a new technology comes along that changes everything. Those who are quick to embrace change and explore what additive manufacturing offers can make a real impact on both profitability and environmental footprint.
Just-in-time AM delivery: customized design and improved performance
Varel high-precision nozzles are subject to harsh conditions – calling for hard materials with outstanding wear resistance. Cue 3D printed cemented carbide.
Drilling a curved hole is hard – printing it isn't
The Seco coolant clamp is printed in Osprey® 18Ni300, a maraging steel that is a great fit for tooling components where durability is of the essence.
Design the unseen – optimize performance
Printed in lightweight titanium, the mill cutter CoroMill® 390, had its weight reduced by 80%, while productivity increased by 50-200%.
Streamlined design in maraging steel
Created as a single unit, 3D printing LKAB Wassara's sliding cases, enabled increased penetration rates as well as longer service intervals.
The offshore impeller reinvented
We 3D printed an impeller in Osprey® 2507. The result? A pallet-teasing sample of the impact super duplex and AM could have on – and under – the sea.
A gamechanger in artisan e-bikes
3D-printing the motor nodes in titanium resulted in a lighter, more cost-efficient product while making e-bikes more energy efficient and durable. What's not to love?