3DEO publishes guides to metal Additive Manufacturing process

September 22, 2020

Guides on metal Additive Manufacturing are available from 3DEO

3DEO, Inc., a metal Additive Manufacturing technology company based in Los Angeles, California, USA, has published three guides that look at various aspects of metal Additive Manufacturing.
The guides include a look at the economics of metal Additive Manufacturing compared to Metal Injection Moulding, surface finish and 3DEO’s proprietary metal AM technology.

  • The economics of Metal Injection Molding versus metal 3D printing
    Manufacturers who are searching for a cost-effective way to make small and complex metal parts for production by and large only have two options: Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) or investment casting. Metal AM is the new entrant to the scene, and for the first time in a long while adds another option to the engineer’s toolkit, explains 3DEO.
  • Engineering fundamentals: Metal 3D printed surface finish
    The surface finish of a component can be a crucial parameter. It can be important to ensure quality, negate corrosive effects, or reduce friction for mating components. Because of this, manufacturers making parts in production need to understand how to evaluate the quality of a part’s surface texture, notes the company.

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