Renishaw's laser-melting additive manufacturing process is capable of producing fully dense metal parts directly from 3D CAD files using a high-powered fiber laser. Parts are built layer by layer, in thicknesses ranging from 20 to 100 microns, using a variety of fine metal powders that are melted in a controlled atmosphere. The company’s additive-metal systems can process a variety of materials, including 316L and 17-4PH SS, H13 tool steel, aluminum Al-Si-12, titanium CP, Ti-6Al-4V and 7Nb, cobalt-chrome (ASTM75), and Inconel 718 and 625.
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