3D Printing

Altem wins Frost and Sullivan’s 2017 India 3D Printers Technology Innovation Award.

3D Printing, also known as Rapid Prototyping or Additive Manufacturing is bringing about the next industrial revolution and Altem is leading the change by bringing in new ideas to enable manufacturers and designers in India to realise their products faster and in an economical way. Altem’s 3D Printers in collaboration with Stratasys Ltd, USA for Plastic 3D Printing and SLM Solutions GmbH, Germany for Metal 3D Printing have made the design process of the companies accelerated, iterative and more creative. It is not just the design; even the manufacturing processes are also becoming more agile, efficient, and customized due to the flexibility and the robustness offered by the 3D printing technologies. Altem Technologies is one among the top 3D Printing companies in India which empowers its customers to do more with the help of 3D Printing technology.

Altem Technologies, the leading partners for Stratasys and SLM in India brings you the ability to take your 3D CAD designs from the CAD screen to a realistic part in-hand with the 3D printing process as easy as pushing a button. Fit and form models, print assembly parts, manufacture production tools on the fly and even produce a small batch of production parts – these are some of the applications of 3D Printing that Stratasys Additive Manufacturing System offers today.

This is all made possible with the 3D Printing technology that Altem offers with an unrivaled range of consumable material option like 3D Printer Filament and 3D Printer Resins for Stratasys 3D printers in India.

To address the ever-increasing demand for advanced materials, accuracies and durable parts from the industry, Stratasys offers two of the most versatile 3D printing technologies viz. FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) and PolyJet technology to meet the challenging expectations of the Industrial Designers and Engineers. Besides this, to address Metal 3D Printing – Altem brings Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Technology for Metal 3D Printing from SLM Solutions GmbH, Germany. To summarize, if one is interested to buy a 3D Printer in India, Altem addresses every need pertaining to all possible applications of 3D Printing by providing the best 3D Printer solution that suits their requirement under one roof.

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) Technology based rapid prototyping machine builds three dimensional parts by extruding a fine thermoplastic 3D Printing filament through a heated liquefier layer by layer and fused instantly by the deposition process. Equipped with the soluble support technology, users can build complex assemblies and intricate parts without any post-processing or complex assembly process. Parts are strong, durable and perfect for any demanding mechanical, thermal or chemical testing and end use application. These are the most deployed 3D printers in India.

PolyJet Technology based rapid prototyping machine ensures highly accurate and great surface quality of the parts by using the proven ink jetting technology on a Stratasys 3D Printer. The photopolymer resin is deposited layer by layer by jetting on a build tray and cured by the UV light for smooth, accurate and highly detailed parts. The option of combining two or more different materials and colours can simulate varying mechanical and physical material properties of over 100 combinations of digital materials.

Selective Laser Melting (SLM) process based metal 3D printers produce metal parts of high density and strength with the melt pool technology using lasers and metal powder in a chamber of inert gas to control the oxidation. The process of 3D Metal Printing involves heating the powder bed to elevated temperatures for optimal melting and the laser scans and melts the cross section of the part based on the sliced parameters.

A new layer of powder is spread and melted on the previous layer and the part build continues. The parts created by SLM has similar properties and finish as a series production part with very minimal surface machining. Metal Additive Manufacturing Systems offer several 3D printing materials and hence parts can be manufactured in Aluminium, Titanium, Inconel, Stainless steel and other widely used alloys.

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