Laser Beam Melting

Electron Beam Melting

Laser Metal Deposition

Digital Light Processing

Fused Deposition Modeling

Selective Laser Sintering

Laser Beam Melting




Laser Beam Melting


The fusion of metal powder by laser (Laser Beam Melting - LBM) is the basis of our knowledge. From a powder-bed, our machines equipped with 1, 2 or 4 lasers, can merge a wide variety of metals and their alloys (steel, titanium, nickel base, aluminum, copper). We produce parts close to fully dense and ensure their quality by heat treatments and a wide range post printing operation.

Electron Beam Melting




Electron Beam Melting


Similar to Laser Beam Melting, Electron Beam Melting – EBM, is also based on a metal powder-bed. In this case, the electron beam provides greater productivity and more geometrical freedom. It enables you to limit the amount of build structure necessary to support the workpiece during production. Our facilities are equipped with the latest generation ARCAM machines.

Laser Metal Deposition




Laser Metal Deposition


This hybrid manufacturing process (Laser Metal Deposition - LMD) combines the flexibility of layered metal and the accuracy of CNC machining. Powder, fusion-deposited through a nozzle, can be up to 10 times faster than powder-bed processes. It is suitable for projects with large dimensions (Ø 600mm x 400mm height). The automated change between deposition and machining allows you to machine areas during the build which would be inaccessible once the part is finished.

Digital Light Processing




Digital Light Processing


With the Digital Light Processing (DLP), resins colored viscous are cured by "flash" LED light. Its speed and the high quality of the final rendering make a process appropriate for parts with fine details. Our materials are qualified for applications in medical.

Fused Deposition Modeling




Fused Deposition Modeling


The filing of filament (Fused deposition modeling - FDM) is known under the expression 3D printing. We operate with strategic materials, for example, resistant to high temperatures or biocompatibles.

Selective Laser Sintering




Selective Laser Sintering


The laser sintering (Selective Laser Sintering - SLS) is mastered for more than 20 years. Based on a polymer powder-bed, grains are selectively agglomerated by the passage of a laser. Its main advantage is to be able to manufacture parts without support. The sintering of powder is quite indicated for producing a large number of parts in a single batch. The parts show good thermo-mechanical properties, they remain anisotropic. We propose a range of polyamides with additions of loads (Glass Ball, carbon fiber…).

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