We use only the best certified materials

Highest quality materials provide highest quality products

Materials

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Aluminum

AlSi10mg

Aeromet A20X

HRL Labs 7A77

Titanium Ti6Al4V

316L

15-5ph

17-4ph

Cobalt Chrome  404  

Inconel 625

Inconel 718

Haynes 282

Maraging Steel  M300

Additional Services

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Multi Axis Machining (3, 4, and 5 Axis) Lathe & Mill

Custom Wire EDM Service

Plastic Additive Services SLA & FDM 40" Build Envelope on FDM with PLA

3D Scanning, CMM & Reverse Engineering

Project Management, Additive Design & Consulting

Material Testing: Microstructure, Hardness & Density

Welding Services: MIG, TIG, and ARC

Heat Treatment Vacuum, Non Vacuum & HIP

FPI, X-Ray, CT Scanning & Pressure Testing

Additional Services

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Plating, Anodizing, Hard Coating & Passivation

Electro Polishing, Polishing, Painting & Powder Coat

Waterjet, Laser, Plasma Cutting & Sheet Metal Work

Casting Pattern Design & Build

Foundry Air Set, Aluminum, Gray & Ductile Iron

3D Sand Printing Cope, Drag and Cores

Injection Molding Services

ATF Registered & Licensed Federal Firearms MFG

ISO13485:2016 Registered & FDA Compliant

INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS

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Aerospace

Metal additive manufactured parts are used in the aerospace industry for functional parts including engine turbine blades, fuel systems and guide vanes.

 

The topological optimization of parts can improve functionality and reduce weight. Lighter parts can contribute to a lighter aircraft and greatly reduce fuel consumption.

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Automotive

The motor sport industry has adopted metal additive manufacturing to produce customized parts such as cooling ducts. 

 

Speed of turnaround of prototyped parts is key to maintaining a competitive advantage. Functional metal parts can be rapidly produced and performance tested.

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Mold Cooling & Conformal Cooling Channels

Metal additive manufacturing can be used to help improve production cycle times and productivity in injection molding.

 

Metal mold tools used for injection molding contain channels to cool the mold. With conventional tool-making methods, these cooling channels are drilled into the tool in straight lines. Metal additive manufacturing allows cooling channels to be designed and built to perfectly contour the mold. This helps to improve cooling performance, extend the life of the mold and reduce waste.

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Healthcare

The medical orthopedic industry benefits from manufacturing complex geometries and structures in high grade materials such as titanium.

 

Modern 5-axis CNC machines are capable of positioning tools into tight, hard-to-reach places, but there are still features which cannot be accessed by these tools.  This isn't the only concern; a feature must have enough strength and rigidity to resist the forces of a milling tool.  Failure to account for this can lead to poor quality surfaces, or even damage to the part.  These factors may limit the manufacturing of the technician's design to something that only closely resembles what is required, rather than accurately reproducing it.  Most often this will lead to manual finishing of the part.

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Defense

1. HIGH-COMPLEXITY, LOW-VOLUME MANUFACTURING WITH A FIXED COST STRUCTURE

 

2. IN-HOUSE PRODUCTION OF INDIVIDUAL PARTS

 

3. REDUCED WEIGHT THROUGH PART CONSOLIDATION AND SIMPLIFICATION

 

4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECURITY

 

5. PHYSICAL LAYER SECURITY

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Hypersonics

Mature 3D printing of refractory metal alloys has greatly enhanced the extreme environment product’s performance and lowered the cost. This work demonstrated a robust 3D printing process with superior materials properties, a significant leap in producing highly sophisticated geometries, and sufficiently lowered manufacturing cost