Manufacture Finished Products Faster with ADDere
The ADDere laser-wire additive manufacturing system can print a variety of carbon steel grades. The metal 3D printing system offers some of the best layer-to-layer adhesion and metallurgical properties in a finished 3D-printed metal component. The ADDere’s closed-loop control system and purpose-built control software ensure the highest grade deposition of most grades of carbon steel perfect for complex structural work found in the off-highway industry or defense applications where build quality is a necessity.
Using the ADDere system to print large-scale metal components also has the opportunity to reduce development times. Printing the component in metal directly from CAD files allows for faster fit-up times and product testing by reducing the need for conventional prototype work. Printing parts with the laser-wire additive system produces a large component quickly, that’s ready for finish machining. The system also reduces waste material costs associated with other methods available – sometimes using up to 99% of the material on the product!
ADDere’s additive manufacturing can streamline the development and production process of large-scale components made from carbon steel. Contact us today and see if your manufacturing operations can benefit from ADDere’s additive manufacturing with carbon steel.
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