With our extensive experience in Design For Additive Manufacturing (DFAM), metal 3D printing and its applications, we guarantee a fully integrated approach between additive and subtractive manufacturing, ensuring the best tradeoff among Quality, Cost and Service.
From design to manufacturing, we help our customers get the most out of our technologies, integrating both additive and subtractive manufacturing, whilst leveraging the benefits of each.
We want to meet and talk with our customers. We want to understand their unique challenges and needs to help them get the most out of our awesome technology. By sharing our in-depth knowledge of Selective Laser Melting, we want to guide our customers from the initial design stages up to the final delivery of their parts, establishing a long-lasting trustful relationship.
One of the biggest misconceptions involving metal 3D printing is that all designs developed for conventional manufacturing are also suitable to be produced by additive manufacturing. Indeed if a part was originally scoped and designed for conventional manufacturing, then it is more likely not a good candidate for 3D printing production. Moreover, if a part has a low complexity to size ratio, the printing time is relatively high without any added value or improved functionality enabled by additive manufacturing, not justifying the higher cost of the technology. Hence the need to talk with the customer from the beginning of the project, considering both the application and the expected performance together with the quantities to produce. Our aim is to evaluate if additive manufacturing can really provide added value and be convenient in the prototyping, validation and production of that component.