LPW Releases New Metal AM Case Study

Additive Manufacturing

LPW Technology Ltd , the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has added a new case study to its ever-growing suite of technical materials. To view the case study, please go to [link].

Kennametal 3D prints lightweight stator bore tool for e-mobility vehicle manufacturing

3D Printing Industry

Kennametal, a supplier of tooling and industrial materials based in Pennsylvania, has developed a 3D printed stator bore tool in response to growing demand from automotive customers. Case Studies Harald Bruetting Kennametal KM4X RIQ Werner PenkertThe tool is designed for machining components on hybrid and electric vehicles, developed specifically for e-mobility automotive manufacturers seeking lighter tooling. Components of electric vehicles are often machined […].

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LPW’s Latest Case Study Highlighting Confidence in Commercial Reuse of Inconel 718 AM Metal Powders

Additive Manufacturing

The business case for reusing powder is strong, the more times you can reuse a batch of powder the lower the final cost per part is, on the basis of less powder ‘wasted’. For further details, view case study here. Why the cheapest powder doesn’t give you the cheapest parts.

LPW Releases New AM Metal Powder Atomisation Case Study

Additive Manufacturing

19 April, 2017: Runcorn: LPW Technology Ltd , the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and solutions for the Additive Manufacturing ( AM ) industry, has added its latest case study to the fast-growing suite of technical materials on its website.

LPW Releases New AM Metal Powder Atomisation Case Study

Additive Manufacturing

15 th March, 2017: Runcorn, UK: LPW Technology Ltd , the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and solutions for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has released its most recent case study, ‘Vacuum vs non-vacuum melted gas atomised powders.’. “It’s This case study was produced as a direct response to customers’ queries, and gives an insight into atomisation processes for nickel-based superalloys.”.

LPW’s New Series of Additive Manufacturing Case Studies Will Quantify Degradation in Metal Powder

Additive Manufacturing

Part I of this case study describes the mechanisms which drive powder degradation in metal additive manufacturing and introduces the two most widespread metal powder reuse regimes.

LPW’s Latest AM Case Study: Porosity – Powder or Process Derived?

Additive Manufacturing

This case study explores the different types of porosity, how they are identified, and follows LPW’s experienced applications engineers as they analyse an Inconel 718 AM component failure.

SENVOL: Selecting the Most Cost-Effective Location for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Production

Additive Manufacturing

SENVOL prepared the case study for the Government of Canada. However, the case study is relevant to any business entity with interest in setting up AM production in-house, establishing a service bureau or purchasing parts from service bureaus. For this specific case, a 14.2%

Exclusive with Senvol-Determining Cost-Effectiveness of Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Additive Manufacturing

AMazing ® : There are two fascinating case studies on your website. In one case study the engineering specifications for the conventionally manufactured GE part can be satisfied by polymer additive processes, as well as metal additive processes.

Right-Shoring: Where Is The Optimum Place To Manufacture?

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American cars contain wire harnesses put together in Mexico from wire made in Georgia, engine components machined in Eastern Europe assembled into finished engines in Michigan, sheet metal produced in Pennsylvania and fasteners cold-headed in Taiwan. High-Efficiency Refrigerated Display Case.