3D metal printing is known for consistent part quality and delivering industrial-grade parts quickly and reliably. Parts can be printed from a wide range of materials from stainless steels to copper.

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We have a wide range of strong, durable, and capable materials, including:

  • 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

  • A2 and D2 Tool Steel

  • Inconel 625

  • Copper

  • H13 Tool Steel

3D metal printed parts are suited for many applications, some of which are listed below:

  • 17-4 PH Stainless Steel for Industrial applications, such as: End-of-Arm Tools, Lightweight Brackets, General High-Wear Tooling, Functional Prototypes, Custom Wrenches & Sockets

  • A2 and D2 Tool Steel for manufacturing applications, such as: Forming Tools, Stamping Dies, Punch Dies

  • Inconel 625 for high temperature, strength, and corrosion resistance, such as: High-Temperature Fixtures, Corrosion-Resistant Fittings, Crucibles, Turbine Hardware

  • Copper for conductive and thermal applications, such as: Welding Shanks, Induction Coils, Heatsinks, Bus Bars, Custom Fittings, Adapters, and EDM Electrodes

  • H13 Tool Steel for manufacturing applications, such as: Cutting Tool Bodies, Brazing Fixtures, Mold Inserts, Wear-Resistant Tools, High-Strength Parts

The time it takes to create a 3D printed metal part depends on a range of factors. 

We use a range of industry standard CAD/CAM software, including but not limited to:

  • 4/CATlA

  • 5/CATlA

  • AutoCad

  • Fusion 360

  • Solid Works

  • Vetric VCarve

You can upload your file using the contact form on the right hand side of the page. We can edit or optimize your file, if necessary. If not, we can move it straight to production.