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Metal 3D Printing

Sometimes referred to as metal 3d printing or a metal 3d printer, a laser beam is used to melt 20-40 micron layers of metal powder on top of each other to create metal parts. This additive process is similar to other polymer power bed fusion 3d printing processes, although metal powder is spread across a build platform and melted.

GPI currently has six metal 3d printers from EOS at our facility in Lake Bluff, IL. A variety of metal 3d printing materials are also available including stainless steel, cobalt chrome, maraging steel, aluminum, nickel alloy, and titanium.

Parts created are fully dense metal with excellent mechanical properties. Other metal 3d printing processes exist which use a binder, although they produce parts which are not fully dense metal. The process can produce complex geometries which traditional cnc machining processes are not capable of.

Metal 3D Printing Materials

Filename Size
An Adobe Acrobat file Aluminium AlSi10Mg 50.68 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Cobalt Chrome MP1 100.76 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Maraging Steel MS1 97.07 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Nickel Alloy IN718 64.16 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Stainless Steel 316L 40.46 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Stainless Steel GP1 57.73 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Stainless Steel PH1 84.44 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Titanium Ti64 ELI 64.98 KB

If you have a project you would like to explore using our metal 3d printing process for, please give GPI an opportunity to quote your next project. All we need is a CAD file of your part in .STL format to get started!

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