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MARKFORGED METAL
3D PRINTERS

Complete metal 3D printing solution

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ATOMIC DIFFUSION ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

With the development of ADAM technology, 3D printing in metal is now a cost-effective solution for manufacturing, production & design applications, with costs up to 100x less than traditional metal fabrication technologies such as machining or casting.

 

3D print low-volume production parts, components and tooling in a range of metals:

  • Stainless Steel 17-4PH

  • H-13 Tool Steel

  • A2 Tool Steel

  • D2 Tool Steel (Beta)

  • 316L Stainless Steel (Beta)

  • Inconel IN Alloy 625 (Beta)

  • Titanium Ti-6A1-4V (Beta)

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PART: Camshaft Sprocket

METAL: 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

TYPICAL MACHINING COST: £216.39

MARKFORGED 3D PRINTED COST: £9.74

COST SAVING: 96%

WHY 3D PRINT IN METAL?

One of the biggest drivers for integrating metal 3D printing is cost efficiencies in the printed part, with businesses seeing savings of up to 98% on single applications, against traditional fabrication methods. 

There are also a number of other high impact benefits:

  • Improve design: Using AM over traditional metal fabrication methods allows for bespoke design, and in turn, improved part performance. Also there is often a reduced need for assembly as the design can be adjusted to print in a single unit

  • Improve performance: produce more light-weight parts that are durable to withstand multiple testing cycles and loads

  • Reduced lead time & resources: reduce reliance on off-the-shelf parts, and save resources to print only what is required, rather than waste material from subtractive methods