Large-scale Additive Manufacturing Build Limitations
Before committing to additive manufacturing, be aware of the natural build limitations associated with the large-scale additive printing process. The tiles below highlight some of the common build design limitations of large-scale laser-wire metal deposition.
Supported Wall Minimum Thickness
Unsupported Wall Minimum Thickness
Maximum Wall Thickness
Unsupported Overhang Max Angle
Minimum Feature Size
If you have any questions about the build limitations of large-scale additive manufacturing, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. ADDere can accommodate and assist with your build design and provide suggestions that will make your project a success.
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