Additive manufacturing 3D printing techonology
SIMUWU Vacuum Furnace had manufactured VIM gas atomization powder equipment for using 3D printing field. Additive manufacturing is a process of creating a three-dimensional object from a digital file. It is called additive because it generally involves building up thin layers of material, one by one. The technology can produce complex shapes that are not possible with traditional casting and machining methods, or subtractive techniques.
The early adopters of additive manufacturing included high-end automotive, aerospace and consumer goods customers. Applications are growing across industries with increasing use in dental, medical and tooling. Advanced metal additive manufacturing is used to produce small numbers of industrial end use parts and an increasing number OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are adopting it as a complementary technology and integral part of their production processes.
It is foreseeable that additive manufacturing will be integrated across all manufacturing industries.