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Materials

ABS-ESD7

fdm thermoplastic

Static-Dissipative ABS Material

For applications where a static charge could damage components, impair performance, or cause an explosion, FDM Technology offers ABS-ESD7 static-dissipative thermoplastic.

Engineers and designers can use FDM parts confidently to create jigs and fixtures for assembling electronic components. Functional prototypes for fuel storage and delivery products also benefit from static dissipation.

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Nickel Alloy IN718

fdm metal

Nickel Alloy IN718 is ideal for many high temperature applications such as gas turbine parts, instrumentation parts, power and process industry parts etc. It also has excellent potential for cryogenic applications.

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ABSi

fdm thermoplastic

A Translucent 3D Printing Material

Build translucent prototypes in amber, red and natural color with ABSi and FDM Technology. This material empowers FDM systems build components that allow light to pass through. Which can be useful in automotive design. Translucent parts also let you monitor fluid movement, such as in medical-device prototyping.

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ABS-M30i

fdm thermoplastic

High Strength, Sterilizable FDM Material

ABS-M30i is a biocompatible 3D printing material that lets medical, pharmaceutical and food-packaging engineers and designers produce surgical planning models, tools and fixtures in-house, directly from CAD data.

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ABS-M30

fdm thermoplastic

A High Strength 3D Printing Material

ABS-M30 enables you to prototype in this popular production thermoplastic on Performance 3D Production Systems. This strong, familiar material lets you explore more ideas, test frequently, work iteratively – and ultimately take better products to market faster.

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aluminum alsi10mg

Strong, yet lightweight

AlSi10Mg is a typical casting alloy with good casting properties and is typically used for cast parts with thin walls and complex geometry. It offers good strength, hardness and dynamic properties and is therefore also used for parts subject to high loads.

Parts in Aluminum AlSi10Mg are ideal for applications which require a combination of good thermal properties and low weight. They can be machined, spark-eroded, welded, micro shot-peened, polished and coated if required.

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aluminum alsi10mg_200c

Strong, yet lightweight

The processing of Aluminium AlSi10Mg at elevated building platform temperature of 200 °C minimises internal stresses, which are characteristic for DMLS parts

Materials

ASA

fdm thermoplastic

A UV Stable 3D Printing Material

Mechanical strength and UV stability make ASA a great choice for functional prototyping. Ease of use makes it a top pick for iterative design. Outstanding aesthetics and ten fade-resistant colors make it an all-around favorite, even for end-use parts.

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Materials

Cobalt-Chrome MP1

fdm metal

Cobalt-Chrome MP1 is a cobalt-chrome-molybdenum-based superalloy powder. Parts built from CobaltChrome MP1 conform to the chemical composition UNS R31538 of high carbon CoCrMo alloy. They are nickel-free (< 0.1 % nickel content) and are characterized by a fine, uniform crystal grain structure.

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Cobalt-Chrome SP2

fdm metal

Cobalt-Chrome SP2 is cobalt based metal-ceramic alloy intended for production of Porcelain-Fused to Metal (PFM) dental restorations (crowns, bridges, etc.). CobaltChrome SP2 powder is class IIa medical device in accordance with annex IX rule 8 of the MDD 93/42/EEC. Composition corresponds to “type 4” CoCr dental material according to EN ISO 22674.

Materials

Maraging Steel MS1

fdm metal

Maraging Steel MS1 have a chemical composition corresponding to US classification 18% Ni Maraging 300, European 1.2709 and German X3NiCoMoTi 18-9-5. This kind of steel is characterized by having very good mechanical properties, and being easily heat-treatable using a simple thermal age-hardening process to obtain excellent hardness and strength.

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Nickel Alloy HX

fdm metal

Nickel Alloy HX is characterized by having high strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures, and is often used up to 1200 °C. Therefore its applications can be found in aerospace technology, gas turbine parts, etc.

Materials

Nickel Alloy IN625

fdm metal

NickelAlloy IN625 is expected to have good corrosion resistance in various corrosive environments. Especially sea-water applications require high pitting and crevice corrosion resistance, stress-corrosion resistance against chloride-ions, high tensile and corrosion-fatigue strength

Materials

nylon 12

fdm thermoplastic

Strong and tough with just enough flex.

Nylon 12 parts built on a Fortus 3D Production System are the toughest in the industry, exhibiting 100-300 percent better elongation at break and superior fatigue resistance over any other additive manufacturing technology. Nylon offers the best Z-axis lamination and highest impact strength of any FDM thermoplastic, as well as excellent chemical resistance.

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Materials

pc-abs

fdm thermoplastic

Combining the Best of Polycarbonate and ABS

Engineers and designers use PC-ABS in demanding applications like power-tool prototyping and industrial equipment manufacturing. 3D printing in real engineering thermoplastics results in stronger parts, more confident testing and prototypes that mimic the material properties of the final product.

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Materials

pc-iso

fdm thermoplastic

Biocompatible and Sterilizable Polycarbonate (PC)

PC-ISO is a strong, heat-resistant engineering plastic commonly used in food and drug packaging and medical device manufacturing. It is biocompatible, gamma and EtO sterilizable and complies with ISO 10993 and USP Class VI

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Polycarbonate (PC)

fdm thermoplastic

Combining the Best of Polycarbonate and ABS

PC and FDM Technology produce functional prototypes, tooling and end-use parts in a familiar, durable engineering material. PC’s high tensile and flexural strength make it ideal for demanding prototyping needs, tooling and fixtures, and patterns for metal bending and composite work. Low-volume manufacturing and customization become feasible, and testing provides more confidence.

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PPSF / PPSU

fdm thermoplastic

PPSF/PPSU offers the highest heat resistance of any FDM thermoplastic, with good mechanical strength and resistance to petroleum and solvents. It is gamma, EtO and autoclave sterilizable.

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Materials

Stainless Steel 316L

Stainless Steel 316L is characterized as having a good corrosion resistance and evidence that there are no leachable substances in cytotoxic concentrations. This material is ideal in:

Materials

Stainless Steel CX

Stainless Steel CX is a tooling grade steel characterized having a good corrosion resistance combined with high strength and hardness. This material is intended for:

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Stainless Steel GP1

Stainless Steel GP1 is characterized by having good corrosion resistance and mechanical properties, especially excellent ductility in laser processed state, and is widely used in a variety of engineering applications such as functional metal prototypes, small series products, individualized products or spare parts.

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Stainless Steel PH1

Stainless Steel PH1 is characterized by having good corrosion resistance and excellent mechanical properties, especially in the precipitation hardened state. This type of steel is widely used in variety of medical, aerospace and other engineering applications requiring high hardness, strength and corrosion resistance

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Titanium Ti64

This well-known light alloy is characterized by having excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance combined with low specific weight and biocompatibility. Titanium Ti64 is ideal for many high-performance engineering applications, for example in aerospace and motor racing, and also for the production of biomedical implants.

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Titanium Ti64 ELI

Titanium Ti64 ELI (Extra Low Interstitials) is characterized by having excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance combined with low specific weight and bio-compatibility, and is ideal for many high-performance engineering applications, for example in aerospace and motor racing, and also for the production of bio-medical implants.

Materials

ultem 1010

fdm thermoplastic

High Strength and Excellent Thermal Properties

ULTEM 1010 resin offers the highest heat resistance, chemical resistance and tensile strength of any FDM thermoplastic. It is the only FDM material with an NSF 51 food-contact certification, and it’s biocompatible with an ISO 10993/USP Class VI certification.

Applications include medical tools such as surgical guides that can withstand steam autoclaving. temperature-resistant dies, patterns and fixtures for food production, and manufacture out-of-cabin aerospace components or under-the-hood automotive components; including housings, ducts and semi-structural components

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ULTEM 9085

fdm thermoplastic

High-Performance FDM PEI Thermoplastic

ULTEM 9085 offers a well-vetted high-performance thermoplastic. Advanced applications include functional testing, manufacturing tooling and direct digital manufacturing of production parts — including aircraft interior components and ductwork.

This high-performance FDM thermoplastic expands the use of additive manufacturing into applications that demand thermal and chemical resistance.

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NOT YOUR TYPICAL ROBOTIC PROGRAMMING

CAD-TO-PATH PLANNING

With large format wire-based metal additive manufacturing, the part is manipulated while depositing. Advanced software is critical to address complex path planning and coordinated motion between the robot and the positioner.

Maintaining Optimal Layer Height and Part Dimensions

We have developed height sensing and adaptive feedback software to maintain tight customer-specified tolerances.

complex parts

Complex part printing can be achieved using advanced robots collaborating with positioners and motion control software.

FEEDSTOCK SELECTION

FEATURES

SURFACE FINISH

CAD model made with proprietary software for large-scale metal additive manufacturing (wire arc additive manufacturing or 3D printing)

Full control over the wire path for each layer allows for optimal process parameters and material deposition.

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Saving TIME is Your Biggest Advantage

Gain efficiency in your operations by letting Lincoln Electric Additive Solutions manufacture your long lead time parts.

Case Study Example

By additively manufacturing the facesheets for large aerospace composite mold tools, delivery times for completed tools can be shortened by up to several weeks – potentially reducing delivery times of entire tools by as much as 60 percent.

Lincoln Electric Additive Solutions facilities are capable of providing complete, finished tools, including:

tooling

New tooling is often a bottleneck in getting new manufacturing operations up and running on time, particularly as engineers often need to accommodate last minute design changes. Additive manufacturing can eliminate the tooling bottleneck by significantly shortening the delivery lead time.

prototyping

Get functional, large-scale prototype parts in days to weeks, not weeks to months.

replacement parts

Large castings and forgings can easily take several months to receive. Explore whether Lincoln Electric Additive Solutions can shave your lead times by several weeks.

Aerospace Composite Tooling | Automotive Functional Prototypes | Heavy Fabrication Replacement Parts