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Metal 3D Printing

Aluminum and Titanium both use Metal 3D Printing – also known as Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Select Laser Melting (SLM) – a laser-based technology that uses powdered metals. Similar to Laser Sintering, a high-powered laser selectively binds together particles on the powder bed while the machine distributes even layers of metallic powder. Support structures are automatically generated and built simultaneously in the same material and are later manually removed. Once complete, the part undergoes heat treatment.

 

Aluminum

  • AlSi10Mg alloy
  • Good strength and thermal properties
  • Low weight
  • Mainly used for spare parts and functional models
  • Flexible post-processing possibilities
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Titanium

  • TiAl6V4 alloy
  • The strongest 3D printing material we offer
  • Very low specific weight
  • Biocompatible
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Mainly used for jewelry, spare parts and full functional models
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Indirect Metal Printing

Steel and High-Detail Stainless Steel both use Indirect Metal Printing where powder is glued together and the green state model is fired afterwards.

Steel

  • 420 Stainless Steel powder infused with Bronze
  • The cheapest form of metal printing
  • Very strong and suitable for large objects
  • Used for functional parts, spare parts, jewelry
  • Ferro-magnetic
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High-Detail Stainless Steel

  • 316L Stainless Steel
  • Significant level of detail and strength
  • Suitable for board game pieces, miniatures, key chains, jewelry, bolts...
  • Good corrosion resistance
  • Contains Nickel
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Lost Wax Casting & Printing

For Gold, Silver, Brass, Bronze, and Copper, we use Lost-Wax Printing and Casting. This means we first 3D print your model in wax and then cast it the traditional way.

Sterling Silver

  • Solid Sterling Silver
  • Made of 92.5% pure Silver and 7.5% of other metals
  • Available in 5 different finishes
  • High electrical and thermal conductivity
  • Very malleable
  • Mainly used for jewelry and ornamental items
  • Cast from 3D printed Wax model
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Gold

  • 14K or 18K solid Gold
  • Available in red, white and yellow Gold
  • Mixed with an alloy for hardening for longer wear
  • Mainly used for precious jewelry
  • Cast from 3D printed Wax model
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Bronze

  • Alloy consisting primarily of Copper (90%)
  • Affordable
  • Mainly used for jewelry, miniatures, and sculptures
  • Oxidates or tarnishes if not PU coated or varnished
  • Cast from 3D printed Wax model
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Brass

  • Alloy of Copper and Zinc
  • Available in 5 different finishes
  • Economical replacement for precious metals
  • Oxidates in a greenish way if not plated or varnished
  • Mainly used for jewelry, pre-print tests, miniatures and sculptures
  • Cast from 3D printed Wax model
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Copper

  • 100% pure Copper
  • Very high thermal and electrical conductivity
  • Used for connectors, statues, coins, medals
  • Corrodes in a greenish way if not varnished or coated
  • Cast from 3D printed Wax model
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Photo Credits: Aluminum – Lightweight Structure by Materialise | Titanium – Aurora Minos by monomer | Steel – Klein Bottle Opener by Bathsheba Grossman | High-Detail Stainless Steel – TomyTones by Tommy Rombauts | Silver – Cufflinks by DAMN x Café Costume | Gold – Honey Bee Charm by Liz Landis | Bronze – Ribble Ring by Bert De Niel | Brass – Favonius Bangle by Percival Luto | Copper – Sabre Tooth Tiger Skull by Kaecee Fitzgerald