Additive Manufacturing

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Additive Manufacturing - Ege Engineering

 

Future of manufacturing is now here to take your company to the next step.

Ever wished for a physical mock-up to check how your design fits to a highly constrained volume in real life? or a real functioning part or even an assembly consisting of parts while you are still in the middle of your design phase?

Now with our additive manufacturing services, you will get what you wish for.

 

Additive Manufacturing (AM), also referred as 3D printing, is a layer-by-layer technique of producing three-dimensional (3D) objects directly from a digital model. With additive manufacturing, it is possible to manufacture nearly anything that can be modelled as a 3D volume on a computer. This includes parts with highly complex and convoluted features, and shapes that would be impossible to produce any other way.

 

Advantages are;

  • Parts with complex geometries, internal features, engineered porosity, and material gradients can be realized,
  • High levels of customization make AM suitable for small lot sizes (even lot sizes of one).
  • One can go directly from digital design to manufactured part,
  • No tooling, fixtures, or path planning are required, making it quick and inexpensive to incorporate part customization and design changes,
  • The process is suitable for metallic materials that traditionally are difficult to machine efficiently with a removal process.

 

We offer a comprehensive portfolio of metal and polymer systems with state-of-the-art technology, high performance materials and well-established post processes that can be combined flexibly to meet your production needs.

 

We can help you with;

  • Design for additive manufacturing (DFAM),
  • Optimization for lightweight and stable design (Topology optimisation),
  • Manufacturing of highly complex structures,
  • A wide span of metallic (such as AlSi10Mg, SS316L, CoCr, In718, In625, SS15-5PH, Ti6Al4V) and polymeric (such as Nylon PA12, Polyamide, ABS, PEEK, ULTEM, Polycarbonate) materials,
  • Post-processing (such as surface enhancement, welding, precision machining),
  • Material characterisation and testing.