The Chrome X is printed in Nylon (PA12) using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Technology to fuse the powdered Nylon to a solid 3D printed product. The individual parts received a nickel-plated finish to obtain a stunning reflective result.
The company Docler Holding tasked AMSOL with the 3D print of their logo to be used as an emblem on their cars. The logo is adapted to make it suitable for 3D printing. It is printed using the Stereolithography (SLA) technology for obtaining a smooth surface. The individual parts received a nickel-plated finish to obtain a stunning reflective result.
Our team produced a series of Jet Nozzles for the EEW company (Energy from Waste). These jet nozzles are being installed into a waste incinerator to clear the dust from hydraulic cylinders.
The prototypes in Nylon (PA12) using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) allowed to efficiently and economically test the geometry and fit of the jet nozzle.
Due to the extreme temperature in which the jet nozzle must operate, the final limited series is produced in high-quality Stainless Steel 1.4404 using Selective Laser Melting (SLM).
Our client, CFL (National Association of Luxembourg Railways) wanted to replace the broken cabinet locks of their locomotives.
These locks were not in production anymore. We redesigned the lock and with the advantages of 3D printing technology and more specific SLM (selective laser melting) of aluminium powder, we managed to redesign and produce a small series of the cabinet lock.
Without the advantages of 3D printing, CFL would have been forced to replace the entire cabinet, which means they would have spent more time and money to get the same result.
Mostly 3D printed materials! The individual layers of additive manufacturing can be seen on the metal parts. Head and spar are made of sintered PA12 Nylon which was then colored in black. All internal cylinders were made of brass. The metal band was formed from 420SBR, a mixture of stainless steel and bronze, then black coated.
Impressive results with cutting edge Binder Jetting Technology on 3D printed metal figures.
First scanned in an Artec Shapify Booth to receive the 3D file, then printed in stainless steel 316L.
The printed metal figure, 4 cm high, was sandblasted to get a smooth surface finish (Ra 3 µm).
Get your own 3D scanned figure, chess piece, small sculpture, jewelry, action figure …
Best results with a max. height of 5 cm.
Find a scanner nearby for your own 3D scanned figure: https://www.shapify.me/scanning-point
We also offer full color figures.
Customized 3D printed parts can be adapted to have a unique design or can be reengineered to meet your requirements.
Une pièce de rechange d’origine n’était plus disponible, mais avec la pièce reconstruite imprimée en 3D, l’auvent pouvait être réparée.
3D gedréckte Stécker kënnen no de Virstellunge vum Client oder de mechanesche Viraussetzungen adaptéiert ginn.Continue reading
Photos of the Tourism Innovation Award Ceremony, which took place on September 27th
We designed and manufactured a unique trophy in cooperation with the Ministry of the Economy.
The initial idea was to bring the little bird out of the nation branding video to the real world. (http://www.inspiringluxembourg.public.lu/en/outils/videos/il-video-witz-en-long/index.html)
The 3D model of the bird has been adapted and modified to be 3D printable. The bird sculpture was printed in high detail resin and electroplated in order to have a real metal finish.
The trophy base does represent one rhombus of the X, as seen in the Luxembourg Signature. The base was printed out of black Nylon (MJF PA12). Furthermore we integrated laser engraved anodized aluminum plates to highlight the winners of the Tourism Innovation Awards.
Article from RTL: http://www.rtl.lu/letzebuerg/1244851.html#p12
Our client had an issue with his electric sunroof on his car, the metal slider on one side was broken due to material wear.
Since he could not find any replacement parts on the market we managed to reproduce the broken part, our engineering team optimized the part by adding material on certain sections of the part. The material we used was stainless steel, which got polished to work properly.
That shiny piece is chromalised plastic and it was to feeble for its function in a shower. On top of that spare parts are impossible to get.
So for our client we made a spare part and it is a lot tougher than the original part because it has been created in 3D-printed aluminium. The file necessary for printing was created with 3D-Scanning technology and CAD-design.