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Metal Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing 101
Additive Manufacturing is a process of creating objects by adding material layer by layer, in contrast to traditional subtractive methods that remove material from a solid block. Metal Additive Manufacturing specifically involves the use of hard-to-machine metals to produce parts and components using bottom-up approach. This method allows for greater design flexibility, material efficiency, and the production of complex geometries that would be impossible or extremely difficult with conventional manufacturing techniques.
Metal Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing 101
Additive Manufacturing is a process of creating objects by adding material layer by layer, in contrast to traditional subtractive methods that remove material from a solid block. Metal Additive Manufacturing specifically involves the use of hard-to-machine metals to produce parts and components using bottom-up approach. This method allows for greater design flexibility, material efficiency, and the production of complex geometries that would be impossible or extremely difficult with conventional manufacturing techniques.
From custom powders to 3D printed metal part | Application note
Developing new alloys specifically tailored for additive manufacturing (AM) is crucial to unlocking the full potential of this innovative manufacturing technique. While legacy alloys, developed primarily for traditional manufacturing processes such as casting or forging, can be used in additive manufacturing, they may not fully leverage the unique capabilities and process conditions inherent to AM. Read the article to find out, why the development of new alloys is so important for additive manufacturing!
From custom powders to 3D printed metal part | Application note
Developing new alloys specifically tailored for additive manufacturing (AM) is crucial to unlocking the full potential of this innovative manufacturing technique. While legacy alloys, developed primarily for traditional manufacturing processes such as casting or forging, can be used in additive manufacturing, they may not fully leverage the unique capabilities and process conditions inherent to AM. Read the article to find out, why the development of new alloys is so important for additive manufacturing!
Bioresorbable metal powders for additive manufacturing | Application note
Bioresorbable materials for additive manufacturing represent an innovative area in materials science and engineering combined with biomedical engineering for novel treatment routes of patients. Bioresorbable metals are designed to degrade safely within the body over time, eventually being absorbed without causing harm or toxicity. When used in additive manufacturing these metals can be shaped into complex, patient-specific implant with precision.
Bioresorbable metal powders for additive manufacturing | Application note
Bioresorbable materials for additive manufacturing represent an innovative area in materials science and engineering combined with biomedical engineering for novel treatment routes of patients. Bioresorbable metals are designed to degrade safely within the body over time, eventually being absorbed without causing harm or toxicity. When used in additive manufacturing these metals can be shaped into complex, patient-specific implant with precision.
Low volume production of superalloy powders | Application note
It can be seen that alloying had taken place during atomization, with Al, Cr and Ru distributed relatively homogenously within the Pt-based powder particles. The powders were spherical with a low number of fine satellite particles. This work shows that with use of AMAZEMET rePowder it is clearly possible to produce spherical metal powders for additive manufacturing from compacted elemental powders with even as low as ten grams of feedstock.
Low volume production of superalloy powders | Application note
It can be seen that alloying had taken place during atomization, with Al, Cr and Ru distributed relatively homogenously within the Pt-based powder particles. The powders were spherical with a low number of fine satellite particles. This work shows that with use of AMAZEMET rePowder it is clearly possible to produce spherical metal powders for additive manufacturing from compacted elemental powders with even as low as ten grams of feedstock.
High entropy alloys from pure elements | Case study
High entropy alloys are hard to obtain due to often usage of refractory elements. Thanks to the fact that arcMELTER can be equipped with focus plasma torch working with such elements is much smoother than just standard TIG torch.
High entropy alloys from pure elements | Case study
High entropy alloys are hard to obtain due to often usage of refractory elements. Thanks to the fact that arcMELTER can be equipped with focus plasma torch working with such elements is much smoother than just standard TIG torch.
Metal matrix composites | Case study
In metal matrix composites (MMC) development, arc melting furnaces facilitate the blending of metals with ceramics to create high-strength materials with high stiffness. Precise process parameter control and homogenization ensures the desired properties are uniformly distributed throughout the composite. TiB2 is a popular choice for modification of Ti alloys due to the in-situ formation of TIB phase. Phase transformation and precipitation during the additive manufacturing process can cause cracking due to additional stresses which accumulate in addition to thermal stresses.
Metal matrix composites | Case study
In metal matrix composites (MMC) development, arc melting furnaces facilitate the blending of metals with ceramics to create high-strength materials with high stiffness. Precise process parameter control and homogenization ensures the desired properties are uniformly distributed throughout the composite. TiB2 is a popular choice for modification of Ti alloys due to the in-situ formation of TIB phase. Phase transformation and precipitation during the additive manufacturing process can cause cracking due to additional stresses which accumulate in addition to thermal stresses.
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METAL 3D PRINTING

New year comes with new ways of providing valuable service to our customers. We’re proud to announce that from now on AMAZEMET is a GE Additive sales representative in Poland. It’s another example of AMAZEMET’s expansion, following the recent opening of a new facility dedicated to the advancement of metal additive manufacturing.New year comes with new ways of providing valuable service to our customers. We’re proud to announce that from now on AMAZEMET is a GE Additive sales representative in Poland. It’s another example of AMAZEMET’s expansion, following the recent opening of a new facility dedicated to the advancement of metal additive manufacturing.New year comes with new ways of providing valuable service to our customers. We’re proud to announce that from now on AMAZEMET is a GE Additive sales representative in Poland. It’s another example of AMAZEMET’s expansion, following the recent opening of a new facility dedicated to the advancement of metal additive manufacturing.

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