Design and 3D printing

When you need a small batch of goods, we can produce it for you using additive laser manufacturing method. It is a completely different approach in comparison with conventional production techniques. Our know-how makes that difference.

Our purpose is to provide rapid, high-quality contract manufacturing services including prototypes and components for all your development needs.

Metal Powder Laser Melting method forms elements by locally binding powdered layers of weldable metal. This leads to high density of the components.

And, because of this, mechanical surface finishing or even mirror finish polishing is possible.

Maximum product size: max 390 x 390 x 400 mm
Wall thickness: min 0,4mm
Metal alloys:  Aluminium AlSi10Mg; Tool steel 1.2709; Stainless steel 1.4404 and 1.4542; Titanium Ti6Al4V; Inconel 718; Inconel 625;

 

AM OPENS NEW HORIZONS IN COMPONENT DESIGN WITH FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) OVERENGINEERED REGIONS ARE REVEALED

REPLACING SUCH REGIONS WITH LATTICE STRUCTURES OPTIMISES USE OF MATERIAL AND IMPROVES AESTHETICS

Structural optimization

ALT is proud to be one of the collaborators with additive manufacturing group in Imperial College London. Together, we are investigating novel lattice designs, metacrystals and material behaviour. We believe that lattice design, structural optimisation and geometrical flexibility of the Metal Powder Laser Melting will enable new emerging markets and huge opportunities.

TRADITIONAL DESIGN

STRESS ANALYSIS

LATTICE OPTIMIZATION

MICROSTRUCTURE CHARACTERISATION

ALT is collaborating with leading am group at Imperial College London.

Together, we are investigating novel lattice designs, 3D printed microstructures and material behaviour.

Lattice design, structural optimisation and geometrical flexibility of the Laser Powder Bed Fusion will exploit emerging markets and new opportunities.