Areas of use
Additive technologies in aircraft construction provide lighter weight of products, less material consumption and the possibility of obtaining titanium parts with complex geometric shapes.
Metal 3D-printing is an important part of the future of the aerospace industry.
- Weight loss
- Reduction of fuel consumption
- Increase in carrying capacity
Metal 3D-printing is actively used for the production of individual implants and surgical instruments.
- Maximum complexity and freedom in geometry for the individual adaptation of the patient
- Improvement of implantation and osteointegration through optimized surfaces and structures
The automotive industry uses metal 3D-printing in all areas of application more than other industries
- Short terms of developing innovative solutions
- Minimization of manufacturing costs due to material savings
- Improved energy efficiency in the production process
- Reduction of production costs
- Possibility of reducing the weight of the final product
- Increase in specific parameters
Giving innovative physical-mechanical properties to items promotes their technological level and competitiveness.
The main task of the practical application of additive technologies is rapid prototyping, specifically production of prototype products in the shortest possible time.
Casting in sand-clay molds has obvious advantages compared to conventional methods:
- Significant reduction in the production cycle
- There is no need to engage some process engineers or other specialists in the production process
- With the 3D-printer you can print multiple products