OEM precision 3D printed metal parts service manufacturer

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TEAMWORK use state-of-the-art 3D printers and high-quality metal powders to create strong, durable and extremely precise parts. We utilize a range of different metal powders to produce parts in materials such as steel, aluminum, titanium, copper and brass, giving you the versatility and flexibility to create custom parts to meet your specific needs.

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1)OEM ODM manufacturing service 2)Confidentiality agreement

3)100% quality ensurance 4)lead time as fast as 3 day

5)Instant quote in 2 hours 6)worry free aftersales service

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Post-Processing Capabilities for Metal 3D-Printed Parts

3D metal printing in rapid prototyping service involves using additive manufacturing technology to create complex metal parts, enabling the rapid and cost-effective production of prototypes and end-use components across a variety of industries.

High-precision 3D metal printing is critical for rapid prototyping as it enables the rapid production of complex metal parts, facilitating design verification and cost-effective iteration across various industries, thereby promoting innovation and efficiency.

● Machining: Machining is used to remove any excess material or roughness on the printed part. This process involves forming and finishing the part using a lathe, mill, or other machine tool.

● Polishing: Polishing involves smoothing the surface of the 3D printed metal part. This process can be done by hand or with automated tools such as sandpaper or buffing wheels.

● Heat treatment: heat treatment is an essential step in the post-processing of metal 3D printing. The process involves heating the part to high temperatures and then gradually cooling it to increase its strength, hardness and durability.

● Powder Coating: Powder coating is a post-processing technique used to improve the appearance of metal 3D printed parts.

● Anodizing: Anodizing is the process of providing a protective and decorative layer to metal parts. It involves the use of an electrolytic process to form an oxide layer on the surface of the part.

Metal 3D Printing Material Options

● Titanium: Titanium has become a popular custom metal 3D printing material due to its high strength-to-weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance.

● Stainless Steel:  Stainless steel 3D printing is the process of creating three-dimensional objects by selectively depositing layers of metal powder and fusing them together using a laser. Stainless steel is a strong and durable metal that is often used for 3D printed parts that require high strength, corrosion resistance, and excellent thermal performance.

● Aluminum: 3D printed aluminum parts are manufactured by melting and fusing aluminum powder layer by layer to build complex, lightweight and durable components. Aluminum is light in weight and has good thermal conductivity, making it a popular choice for components such as heat sinks that require both strength and heat dissipation.

● Cobalt chromium: Cobalt chromium is a bio compatible metal with excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. It is commonly used in the medical field for the manufacture of orthopedic implants.

● Copper: Copper is a highly conductive metal with excellent corrosion resistance and thermal properties.

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Which Metal Printing Method is Right for Me?

1. Powder bed fusion (PBF): Powder bed fusion is a 3D printing technique that uses a laser or electron beam to selectively melt or sinter layers of metal powder.

2. Directed Energy Deposition (DED): Directed Energy Deposition is a metal printing process that uses a laser or plasma arc to melt metal wire or powder feed stock.

3. Binder Jetting: Binder jetting is a process that uses a binder to bond layers of metal powder to create 3D parts. After printing, the parts are sintered to remove the binder and fuse the metal together.

4. Material extrusion: Material extrusion is a process that uses metal wires or filaments to pass through a heated nozzle and deposit layer by layer to build 3D parts.

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