Trial run your materials and builds with ADDere
ADDere can run material trials by request before committing to a particular metal, whether the metal is Titanium or simple carbon steel. This process will help analyze and prevent future problems with the final print. Material trials can be performed on a full-size print or on a scale model build.
Our Material Process Characterization process studies how different materials behave at the microstructural level under various processing conditions and the viability of the 3D print based on differing materials. It involves measuring and analyzing the physical and chemical properties of materials, such as their structure, composition, phase, morphology, mechanical strength, electrical conductivity, thermal stability, and corrosion resistance. Material process characterization can help optimize the performance and quality of materials for various applications, such as aerospace, automotive, biomedical, energy, and electronics. Material process characterization can also help identify and solve problems related to material defects, failures, and degradation.
If you are interested in running material trials on your part, please contact us today. ADDere can run trials on any part shape or material type and provide our professional suggestions where necessary.
ADDere Print Services
Large components operate on their own economies from the high-volume parts made on laser-wire machines. Buying a large-scale additive manufacturing system without testing its abilities can feel like a gamble, especially when there are specialized requirements for the parts to be printed. Sometimes the number of components needed isn’t enough to rationalize the purchase of hardware needed to print the smaller runs. Many times it’s both.
In either case, ADDere understands the situation and provides metal printing as a service to manufacture these components on our machines. Whether to prove our system’s metal additive manufacturing abilities or to run parts without having to invest in 3D printing systems and training, ADDere can print your projects. Learn More…
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