Metal (Aluminum) 3D Printer

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Advantages of 3D Printers

Needs no molding dies
Saves time for making molds and is ideal for keeping tight development schedules.Costs less in small production as well as the unique shaped products.Provided a better yield and costs less than cutting products out of blocks.
Provides a high degree of freedom in shape
Even complicated shapes that are difficult to achieve by conventional manufacturing techniques, such as molding dies, can be formed.Products that have been conventionally formed by combining multiple parts can be formed as solid products, reducing the number of parts.
Various materials are applicable.
Today, various materials can be formed into shapes, including rubber-like resin with rubber-like properties, aluminum, maraging steel, stainless steel, and titanium, enabling performance evaluation that is impossible by using resin.
Applicable materials:

Inconel

Nickel-base superalloy has characteristics equivalent to IN718.
It is excellent in heat resistance and hardness, and is used for rocket engine parts.

3D printers applicable to Inconel

ProX320

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time even using hard materials, such as titanium and Inconel.
Modeling size D: 275 x W: 275 x H: 380 mm

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EOS M290

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time even using hard materials, such as titanium and Inconel.
Modeling size D: 250 x W: 250 x H: 325 mm

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Titanium

Titanium alloy has characteristics equivalent to 64-titanium.
It has excellent heat resistance and low specific gravity, and is mainly used for parts used under high-temperature conditions.

3D printers applicable to titanium

ProX320

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time even using hard materials, such as titanium and Inconel.
Modeling size D: 275 x W: 275 x H: 380 mm

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EOS M290

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time even using hard materials, such as titanium and Inconel.
Modeling size D: 250 x W: 250 x H: 325 mm

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Aluminum

Aluminum alloy has characteristics similar to general casting aluminum alloy.
We offer two aluminum alloys (AlSi12 for Prox300 and AlSi10Mg for ProX320).
Aluminum alloy is relatively often used for automotive parts, such as wheel caps, and engine mount brackets.

3D printers applicable to aluminum

ProX320

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time even using hard materials, such as titanium and Inconel.
Modeling size D: 275 x W: 275 x H: 380 mm

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ProX300

Modeling method Melt metal powder with a laser beam and laminate it to form a shape.
Features Even complicated shapes can be formed in a short time.
Modeling size D: 250 x W: 250 x H: 300 mm

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Maraging steel

Maraging steel is special steel developed as a structural material in the aerospace field.
It is used for molds (including inserts), three-dimensional water pipes, substitutes for iron parts, and others.

Printer applicable to maraging steel

LUMEX Avance-25

Modeling method Sinter metal powder by laser irradiation.
Features Hybrid molding machine combining modeling and cutting
Modeling size D: 256 x W: 256 x H: 300 mm

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STEP

From contact to delivery

  1. STEP 01
    Contact

    Contact by email

    Contact by phone
    046-400-1755
    From 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. on weekdays

  2. STEP 02
    Quotation & Delivery date

    3D data in the STL or STEP format

    Click for more information on how to send your data.

  3. STEP 03
    Modeling

  4. STEP 04
    Post processing

    Heat treatment
    Wire cutting
    5-axis cutting (option)

  5. STEP 05
    Inspection

  6. STEP 06
    Delivery

One-stop ordering to save time and effort
From 3D design and data creation to 3D print!

Why ABIST 3D Print Service?

  1. Reason
    1

    Quick delivery

  2. Reason
    2

    Multiple modeling machines & materials

  3. Reason
    3

    3D design & prototype

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