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What is Würth Additive Manufacturing?

Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a manufacturing process based on 3D digital modeling layer by layer. Different from the traditional manufacturing, additive manufacturing produces the final parts by adding material layer by layer.

Würth are able to provide various kind of combination of plastic and steel materials. For every manufacturing, we use each batch of materials through multi-dimensional quality management to ensure the consistency of the composition, so as to ensure the quality of production. We apply the most suitable material to the proven repeatable process, to make our products in the best performance. We can provide you with professional advice and strong support related to material selection, so that you can benefit from our rich experience over the years, thus helping you achieve your design, development and production goals.

Principle of 3D Printing - Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 

Polymer 3D printing

Technology: Selected Laser Sintering

Maximum Forming Size: 700x380x580mm

Minimum Forming Accuracy: +/- 0.1mm

Material Grade
Polyamide 12 PA2200
Polyamide 12 filled with Glass Beads PA3200GF
Aluminum-filled Polyamide 12 Alumide
Polyamide 12 with Halogen Flame Retardant PA2241FR
Polyamide 12 with Halogen-free Chemical Flame Retardant PA2210FR
Polyamide 11 PA1101
TPU TPU1301
Polypropylene PP1101
Polyether Ether Ketone PEEK HP3

Metal 3D printing

Technology: Selected Laser Sintering

Maximum Forming Size: 400x400x400mm

Minimum Forming Accuracy: +/- 0.05mm

Material Grade
Stainless Steel 316L
Tooling Grade Steel ,                                                       CX
Maraging Steel MS1
Aluminum Alloy AlSi10Mg 
Nickel Alloy IN625
Nickel Alloy HX
Titanium Alloy Ti64
Titanium Alloy Ti64Eli

 

Advantages 

Freedom of Desgin
Maximum Free of Design
  • Break Through the limitation
  • Light weight part possible
  • Complex geometry possible
Complex part intergration
Complex Part Integration
  • No tool, No assembly
  • High part pass rate
  • Increased production efficiency
Low cost for small serial production
Low Cost for Small Serial Production
  • Direct manufacturing
  • No tooling
  • Save time and money
Rapid Manufacturing of Prototypes and Products
Rapid Manufacturing of Prototypes and Products
  • Fast design iteration
  • Multiple prototypes can be built in one job