3D printing and more.
Making moulds and cores in the foundry industry.
Making moulds and cores as well as wax models in the foundry industry. From simple to the most complex pieces.
Fast, simple and comprehensive.
Just like a puma.
Simplify the production of the most complex foundry forms, moulds and cores.
Making forms and cores without being limited by dimensions, even up to 4m x 2m x 1m. The printing of negative cuts and technical demanding forms present no problem. It is possible to use environmentally friendly materials, which enable long-term development.
Because models are created in digital form, it is possible to quickly change them with regard to their design and construction. This allows for faster production. In terms of design, there are no boundaries. Physical models are not needed, therefore there are no more costs for warehousing.
With gravitational casting, it is possible to use the classically made model with 3D printed cores. In this way, the speed and precision of producing castings is enabled.
With the use of 3D printed wax models in investment casting, one phase of production is skipped.
Producing just one casting represents no problem.
Possibilities in the foundry industry
3D sand printed moulds and cores for the gravitational casting. The possible combination of printed cores with the classic making of models. For fixing existing models, 3D plastic prints are ideal.
The making of 3D printed wax moulds is fundamental to investment casting.
Foto source: Brabus Voxeljet.
A lot of knowledge and the associated technologies, materials and foundries for the casting of aluminium, nodular, grey, steel and iron alloys.
Foto source: Voxeljet.