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3D printing metal

The possibility of 3d printing in metal has made many high-tech and technically advanced industries make great progress in their fields. What we see now is that more and more small high-tech companies are using 3d printing in metal and the orders are increasing year after year. 3d printing of metal is in many cases a cost-effective alternative to traditional machining and especially when it comes to components in the smaller order of magnitude and with high complexity. Compared to traditional manufacturing, complexity costs nothing in 3d printing, but what primarily drives the price is the size of the component.

Processes and materials for 3D printing in metal


The DMLS process is suitable for most purposes and a large number of different materials are offered here, such as aluminum, stainless steel, mar aging steel and titanium.

Small 3D printed component in metal with Binder Jetting


Binder Jetting is suitable for small details of very high complexity. The materials we offer are stainless steel and titanium.


Additional process steps are often required to achieve the requirements placed on the 3d printed components. We offer many surface-enhancing processes as well as machining for details with extra high tolerance requirements.


For those parts of the metal details that need extra high accuracy, we offer machining in high-tech equipment. This can be, for example, threading holes, reaming or creating perfect meetings between different details in an assembly.


We offer painting of details in different quality levels, which range from simple spray painting to high-gloss and matt A-surfaces of the highest quality. 


We offer electropolishing for our stainless steels and mechanical polishing enables the polishing of remaining metal alloys.