3D Printing

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is currently on the top of a new industrial revolution. The technology allows us to make customized products in manufacturing as neither tools nor molds are required. This is a one-step process of fully functional designs, so there is no need of assembly work. The end result is lower expenses for the customers.

3D printing is currently at the forefront of a new industrial revolution. The technology allows us to make customized products in the manufacture, because neither tools nor molds are needed. This is a one-step process of fully functional projects, so no assembly work is required. The end result is lower customer spending.

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Fast growing industry, which is quickly becoming one of the driving force, that is why the list of possible 3D printed items keeps growing every day. All 3D printed items need to be treated after the production process. Sand Blasting can be used to eliminate layer lines and smooth the surface. There are many advantages of Sand Blasting 3D printed items in blasting cabinets, such as short cleaning time, undamaged parts and dustless working space. 


Replacing chemical procedure of surface treatment

A key component in the future of industry are machines that can produce the desired components faster, more flexible and more precisely than ever before. Less prototype construction and less post-processing. We at FerroECOBlast Europe are aware that 3D printing is the future, so we make our impact in that field of industry, too. The most common are 3D-printed components in Medical Industry.

All 3D components whether forged, stamped, cast, machined or 3D-printed, require some secondary finishing or post-processing before the part reaches a final state and serve its purpose.

Different types of surface treatment of 3D-printed alloys:

Post-processing of 3D-printed parts is really important, why it improves the mechanical propertiesquality and appearance. Choosing the technique by which a part is finished during post-processing is an important consideration. Often, 3D-printed parts have complex geometries, requiring manufacturers to consider finishing techniques and their impact on the printed parts.

Post-processing includes the removal of the loose powder, while heat treatment is used to relieve the residual stresses. Techiques like, media blastingmetal platingpolishing and micro-machining can improve the surface quality and fatigue strength of a metal printed part.


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