DM3D Technology LLC (Auburn Hills, MI) is a leading solution provider for metal additive manufacturing technology. DM3D’s proprietary Direct Metal Deposition (DMDÒ) process is a laser-powder Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology that uses a patented closed loop feedback control to enhance quality and maintain dimensional integrity of the parts. The company will be in Booth W-433020.
DMD builds fully dense functional metal parts ready for use in industrial applications. With its newly developed dual-head deposition technology, DM3D has doubled throughput and manufactured parts up to 10 feet in diameter, 10 feet in height and 5,000 pounds in weight. This dual-head deposition technology makes DMD ideal for large-part 3D printing using a variety of powder metals. Our proprietary process even allows printing multiple materials on a single component as well. DM3D is a full-service provider from product development to production services to building customized DMD equipment for its customers. With a full manufacturing facility (including design-engineering center, AM machines, CNC-EDM machines, CMM-quality control departments, FAA Certified Repair Center and more), DM3D is a one-stop shop for its customers in space/aerospace, defense, energy and general industrial industries. We are committed to providing our customers optimal value by reducing both the cost and lead time, while maintaining best quality for their products.
TRUMPF to Highlight the TruPrint Green Edition
TRUMPF Inc. (Farmington, CT) will showcase the TruPrint Green Edition, a highly productive metal additive manufacturing laser machine designed for specialized applications including the 3D printing of copper, copper alloys, gold and other precious metals. TRUMPF will be in Booth W-433037.
With a wavelength of 515 nm, the TruDisk 1020 green laser makes it possible to 3D print highly reflective materials such as copper, which can be extremely difficult or impossible to process with infrared wavelengths.
The TruPrint Green Edition can also manufacture parts made of copper alloys such as CuCr1Zr with a larger process window and higher productivity than traditional infrared laser metal fusion laser systems. TRUMPF will also feature a virtual showroom for participants to take a deep dive into the additive manufacturing products offered by TRUMPF and help to determine the right equipment for different application and part requirements. In addition, TRUMPF will display parts that demonstrate its laser metal deposition (LMD) and laser metal fusion (LMF) applications for the aerospace, space and medical industries.
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