As the saying goes: we save the best for last. That is why the final machining of your components requires true professionals. This is where personal experience and manual dexterity count for a lot more than in all the previous manufacturing steps. Most finishing technologies are not performed by machines, they remain the domain of genuine craftsmanship. While we continue to drive the further development of our industrial processes in additive manufacturing, we maintain a factory culture in the post-processing department. Precision and perfection are the name of the game, as this is the only way to deliver on our mission to produce the perfect component for you.
Depending on the size of the component and the intended use, we can therefore reliably navigate through our numerous options to reach the goal in cooperation with you. We would be pleased to provide advice to help you decide on which technology is best suited for meeting your requirements.
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New in November: Hirtisation® is a patented technology that provides a fully automatic post-treatment process for 3D-printed metal parts. With it, sintered-on particles are removed and the surfaces are smoothed. Hirtisation is suitable for all metals and alloys commonly used in 3D printing.
New: Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is an HPHT process (High-Pressure Heat Treatment) and is mostly used for the compression and heat treatment of metal and ceramic components. The effects of pressure and temperature can be used to close process-related defects such as pores and cracks, thus increasing component density. At a pressure of up to 2,070 bar and temperatures of up to 1,400 °C as well as cooling rates of 4 K/sec, HIP treatment can improve the mechanical properties of the component and produce a component density of almost 100%.