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Industrial Metal 3D Printers – Designed for Durability and Perfection

Our industrial Metal 3D Printers deliver products with remarkably high precision across diverse material options. Our machines accelerate the product development cycle to ensure that you stay ahead of the curve through rapid prototyping, testing, and iteration. Fortified with cutting- edge technology, our Metal 3d printers have successfully delivered an array of challenging and intricately designed products, prototypes, and efficient production deliveries.

In India, Phillips offers the most versatile range of additive solutions that are capable of delivering specific requirements across various industrial segments.

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Industrial Metal 3D Printers – Designed for Durability and Perfection

Our industrial Metal 3D Printers deliver products with remarkably high precision across diverse material options. Our machines accelerate the product development cycle to ensure that you stay ahead of the curve through rapid prototyping, testing, and iteration. Fortified with cutting- edge technology, our Metal 3d printers have successfully delivered an array of challenging and intricately designed products, prototypes, and efficient production deliveries.

Customised 100+ Products
In time production
Risk Mitigation
Zero or Negligible Waste

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Phillips partners with top brands in additive manufacturing

Markforged – Strong, reliable, with seamless integration into your workflow

Phillips has partnered with Markforged to offer the complete Markforged Digital Forge Platform, including a suite of industry-leading Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printers, industrial-grade 3D printing materials (metals, composites and continuous fibers), and enterprise software designed to streamline your workflow and productivity.

Phillips Hybrid 3D Printers

Benefit from both additive and subtractive technologies with Phillips Additive Hybrid, powered by Haas. By combining the innovative laser metal Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology of Meltio and world-renowned Haas CNC vertical machining centers, you get the best value additive hybrid machines on the market!

EOS – Leaders in Responsible Manufacturing and Sustainability

Phillips has partnered with EOS to enable our customers to produce innovative and high-quality products based on industrial 3D printing technologies. EOS is the global technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). Founded in 1989, they are a pioneer and world leader in Direct Metal Laser sintering (DMLS) and provider of highly productive Additive Manufacturing Systems for plastic materials.

Meltio - High-Performance, Affordable, and Easy-to-Use Metal 3D Printing Solutions

Get into metal 3d printing without the hefty costs or large footprint. Whether you need to make parts, castings, or difficult to machine alloys, the M450 gives you an easy to use, compact, affordable solution.
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“ Additive manufacturing is among the 10 biggest future trends for the industry. AM has acquired the status of a mainstream manufacturing process.

It’s numerous advantages over conventional manufacturing, have captured the imagination of the fraternity, resulting in AM being referred to as the third industrial revolution.”

Suman Gowda
Application Engineer
Additive Manufacturing

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“Additive manufacturing is among the 10 biggest future trends for the industry. AM has acquired the status of a mainstream manufacturing process.

It’s numerous advantages over conventional manufacturing,
have captured the imagination of the fraternity, resulting in AM being referred to as the third industrial revolution.”

Metal 3d printing Industry applications

Key parameters to be reviewed while buying a 3d printer

Material & Resources

The printer supports the metal materials you have shortlisted to be used for manufacturing, such as titanium, aluminum, and stainless steel. You need to know their availability and pricing.

Product specifications and build volume

The printer you choose should be capable of producing the product according to the preferred size specifications, such as volume, layer thickness, and smooth surface finish.

Precision and Final Finish

The final product should match your expectations, especially in terms of quality and precision in the finish. You also need to consider the post-production processes required, such as heat treatment or machining.

Production Process

The production process has to be carefully studied and evaluated in terms of

• Printing speed and output productivity
• Compatibility of software considering various CAD software and file formats.
• Ease of using the printer – user interface, experience, and usability

Printer specifications, cost, and after-sales service

Check specifications and safety features. In addition, you discuss, compare, and review product specifications with industry experts, which helps you make the correct decision.
The level of support and training offered by the manufacturer or supplier is an equally important aspect before purchasing the machine.

Investment vs. Total Cost of Operation (TCO) and Returns (ROI)

Choosing the right 3D printer is essential. It is important to understand the initial investment costs as you need to consider the Total Cost of Operation (TCO) and returns (ROI) before proceeding with the purchase. At times, you need to consider an initial high investment that can lower the cost of operations and deliver higher returns.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The key factors that need to be considered before purchasing an industrial 3D printer are ease of software and firmware capabilities, material compatibility, resolution, printer build volume, resolution, and reputation of the printer model and its company.

Industrial 3D printers work with many materials such as ceramics, metals, plastics, and composites. However, before purchasing, you should ensure that the printer supports your preferred materials as required for your product or purpose.

Build volume is an important feature to consider when buying a 3D printer. The printer shortlisted should have a build volume that accommodates the recommended project sizes while keeping in mind future requirements.

Among the many 3D printing technologies available, the most preferred ones are Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), and Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) for metals. Ensure you choose a technology that caters perfectly to your project requirements.

Before proceeding with the preferred 3D printer, ensure you check the manufacturer’s reputation with regard to customer service and support. Also, look out for customer reviews, support channels, machine warranties, and so on. Ideally, a reliable manufacturer offers support and services to resolve issues during the operation and regular maintenance programs.

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