With North America’s first EOS M280, M290 & M400 x 4 DMLS machines. i3D MFG offers state-of-the-art DMLS/DMLM material development and 3D printing of automotive parts. In an industry as competitive as the Automotive world, innovations in weight reduction, fuel efficiency, and customization are critical. This makes 3D printing in the automotive industry a cost-effective, quick-paced, and high-performance solution. How? Without the need for tools, additive manufacturing produces components with integrated functionality while cutting development and production costs.
While 3D printing automotive parts, 3D CAD models drive the DMLS machine’s 400W lasers to fuse microlayers of metal powder together. This process creates a nearly 100% dense and fully functional production part in individual serialized batches. 3D printing in the automotive industry allows for complex internal geometries, conformal cooling channels, microchannels, latticed and honeycomb designs, and free-form shapes. i3D MFG is able to achieve densities in aluminum, titanium, steel, and Inconel.