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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.

Customer cases

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.

Just-in-time AM delivery: customized design and improved performance

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.

Drilling a curved hole is hard – printing it isn't

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%.

Design the unseen – optimize performance

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.

Streamlined design in maraging steel

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.

The offshore impeller reinvented

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. 

A gamechanger in artisan e-bikes