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Our advanced range of 3D Printers boast exceptional precision across a wide range of materials, revolutionizing additive manufacturing. By expediting prototyping, testing, and refinement, our machines keep you at the forefront of innovation. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, our 3D printers have consistently produced complex and demanding products, prototypes, and efficient production runs.
In India, Phillips Machine Tools provides a diverse array of additive solutions tailored to meet the specific needs of different industrial sectors, offering unparalleled versatility.

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3D Metal Printing Solutions

Metal additive manufacturing refers to a technology in which metal powder is layered to build metal parts with intricate designs and complex geometries. The manufacturing process involves melting metal powders or sintering them to deliver through a nozzle. 3D Metal Printing Solution is the perfect solution for rapid prototyping and manufacturing finished production parts for medical, aerospace, mechanical engineering, tooling and other segments.

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3D Composite Printing Solutions

Considered one of the most innovative additive manufacturing technologies, 3D Composite Printing uses a combination of two or more materials viz. base polymer and reinforcing fibre such as basalt, glass, carbon, and others, to deliver a product or model with desired properties. 3D composite printing is preferred on account of reinforced stiffness and strength as compared to the use of non-composite materials.

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Additive manufacturing technology brief

Fused Filament Fabrication – FFF
It is one of the most widespread 3D printing technology which delivers 3D products using thermoplastic materials. The heated thermoplastic material is extruded through a nozzle layer by layer on the print bed and the entire model is delivered.
Fused Deposition Modeling – FDM
Fused Deposition Modeling enables the use of carbon fibre and other composites during the printing process. The use of composite materials leads to uneven strength in some areas leading to limited use of prototypes. Hence, Markforged machines use the Continuous Filament Fabrication, a variation of FDM.
Continuous Filament Fabrication
The Continuous Filament Fabrication technology involves using a second nozzle to deliver continuous strands of composite fibres within the FFF-extruded thermoplastics while printing. The continuous fibres strengthen the printed part and give it a stiffer body.

ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) Technology – Safety and Quality!
The Metal X printers are designed to use the ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) technology, an offshoot of the FFF technology. In this technological process, the metal powder is placed in a plastic binder and then extruded layer by layer. The printed model requires washing and sintering to remove the binder and encourage the fusion of metal powders. The ADAM technology is a safe and accessible process with a slightly relaxed work atmosphere.

Stereolithography printing
SLA is based on the process of photopolymerization. SLA resin 3D printers employ laser rays to convert or cure the liquid resin into hard plastic. Parts manufactured through SLA printing are sharp-edged, and have a smooth surface finish with minimally visible layer lines. The SLA technology has widespread applications, including product design, medicine, jewelry, model making, education, engineering and more.

Selective Laser Sintering SLS 3D printing uses a high-powered laser to fuse small particles of polymer powder. This printing technology is ideal for products with interior features, undercuts, thin walls but with complex geometries. The unfused powder offers support to the part during the printing process. SLS is preferred for functional prototyping and suitable for economical delivery for bridge manufacturing or short-run injection molding.

SLS for Composite 3D Printing
SLS, an advanced additive technology uses a laser to fuse powdered materials such as
polymers, and metals, layer upon layer to create 3D objects. The powder can be a combination of TPEs, TPUs, nylon depending upon the characteristics required in the final product. EOS SLS technology is an all powerful solution that allows the production of critical and complex functional parts using varied composite materials.

DMLS for 3D Metal Printing
DMLS technology is the abbreviated term for Direkt Metall Laser Schmelzen or Direct Metal Laser Melting, is one of the most advanced technology that delivers 3D objects. DMLS is preferred for serial manufacturing of 3d metal parts for many industries. The major applications of DMLS 3D Printing are medical, automotive, tools, turbomachinery and aerospace. EOS is a major global provider of DMLS

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 centres, you get the best value additive hybrid machines on the market!

Meltio M450 is capable of creating intricate metallic components out of wire. The capacity to create components out of wire ensures 100% material efficiency and exceptionally clean operation and material handling. M450 offers an affordable way to start using additive manufacturing for metal. Its cost of equipment and spare parts is far lower than that of competing technologies, and it can employ any commercially available metal wires on the market.

3d Printing Solutions | Additive manufacturing technology brief

Fused Filament Fabrication – FFF
It is one of the most widespread 3D printing technology which delivers 3D products using thermoplastic materials. The heated thermoplastic material is extruded through a nozzle layer by layer on the print bed and the entire model is delivered.
Fused Deposition Modeling – FDM
Fused Deposition Modeling enables the use of carbon fibre and other composites during the printing process. The use of composite materials leads to uneven strength in some areas leading to limited use of prototypes. Hence, Markforged machines use the Continuous Filament Fabrication, a variation of FDM.
Continuous Filament Fabrication
The Continuous Filament Fabrication technology involves using a second nozzle to deliver continuous strands of composite fibres within the FFF-extruded thermoplastics while printing. The continuous fibres strengthen the printed part and give it a stiffer body.

ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) Technology – Safety and Quality!
The Metal X printers are designed to use the ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) technology, an offshoot of the FFF technology. In this technological process, the metal powder is placed in a plastic binder and then extruded layer by layer. The printed model requires washing and sintering to remove the binder and encourage the fusion of metal powders. The ADAM technology is a safe and accessible process with a slightly relaxed work atmosphere.

Stereolithography printing
SLA is based on the process of photopolymerization. SLA resin 3D printers employ laser rays to convert or cure the liquid resin into hard plastic. Parts manufactured through SLA printing are sharp-edged, and have a smooth surface finish with minimally visible layer lines. The SLA technology has widespread applications, including product design, medicine, jewelry, model making, education, engineering and more.

Selective Laser Sintering SLS 3D printing uses a high-powered laser to fuse small particles of polymer powder. This printing technology is ideal for products with interior features, undercuts, thin walls but with complex geometries. The unfused powder offers support to the part during the printing process. SLS is preferred for functional prototyping and suitable for economical delivery for bridge manufacturing or short-run injection molding.

SLS for Composite 3D Printing
SLS, an advanced additive technology uses a laser to fuse powdered materials such as
polymers, and metals, layer upon layer to create 3D objects. The powder can be a combination of TPEs, TPUs, nylon depending upon the characteristics required in the final product. EOS SLS technology is an all powerful solution that allows the production of critical and complex functional parts using varied composite materials.

DMLS for 3D Metal Printing
DMLS technology is the abbreviated term for Direkt Metall Laser Schmelzen or Direct Metal Laser Melting, is one of the most advanced technology that delivers 3D objects. DMLS is preferred for serial manufacturing of 3d metal parts for many industries. The major applications of DMLS 3D Printing are medical, automotive, tools, turbomachinery and aerospace. EOS is a major global provider of DMLS

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 centres, you get the best value additive hybrid machines on the market!

Meltio M450 is capable of creating intricate metallic components out of wire. The capacity to create components out of wire ensures 100% material efficiency and exceptionally clean operation and material handling. M450 offers an affordable way to start using additive manufacturing for metal. Its cost of equipment and spare parts is far lower than that of competing technologies, and it can employ any commercially available metal wires on the market.

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Markforged Metal 3D Printer

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

Established in 2013, the US-based 3d printer manufacturing company – Markforged, is a key leader in on-demand industrial production across 70+ countries, catering to more than 10,000 customers. Markforged Digital Forge is one of the most reliable, intelligent, and easy-to-use additive manufacturing platforms. The Digital Forge enables the manufacturer to create robust end-use solutions for metals and composites. It is a step ahead of traditional manufacturing, which has a limited delivery capacity.
Markforged provides a one-stop additive printing solution that includes hardware, software, and materials for the Digital Forge platform.

Markforged Metal 3D Printer

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

EOS offers manufacturing solutions based on industrial 3D printing technology, especially metals and plastics. EOS is synonymous with direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) and offers highly preferred and very efficient additive manufacturing systems for plastic materials.
EOS systems are capable of directly using digital CAD data to deliver premium-quality polymer parts. As a pioneer in integrated additive manufacturing solutions, they offer comprehensive solutions that include 3D printers, materials, and process parameters. They also offer bespoke consulting and services.

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Meltio Metal Printer

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

Meltio M450 is capable of creating intricate metallic components out of wire. The capacity to create components out of wire ensures 100% material efficiency and exceptionally clean operation and material handling. M450 offers an affordable way to start using additive manufacturing for metal. Its cost of equipment and spare parts is far lower than that of competing technologies, and it can employ any commercially available metal wires on the market.

Formlabs - 3D Printers

Synonymous with dynamic innovation, affordable pricing, and rapid delivery, 3D printers from Formlabs Sls & Sla Technology have emerged as valuable service partners in the prototyping, automotive, jewellery, medical, and other segments.

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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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Overcoming the multiple shortcomings of traditional manufacturing technology, 3D printers deliver models with intricate designs and complex geometries. They can print across versatile material resources, which are cost-effective and easily available. With the convenience of rapid prototyping, it is possible to modify, and iterate models for functionality, on-demand printing, 3D print models reduce the challenges related to manufacturing parts and their quality, and
functioning.

Amongst the many 3D printer technologies available, the main ones are Fused Depositing Modeling, Stereolithography (SLA),SLS, Additive Hybrid manufacturing. The high quality of 3D printed products has made it possible to elevate the expectations of various industries, be it aerospace, medical devices, healthcare, prototyping and more. The 3D printing technology encourages the use of varied material resources which enhances proficiency in delivery, especially in terms of precision and accuracy.

Metal 3D printing is expensive but preferred for select industries that give importance to product innovation and maintain certified standards. Plastic 3D printing is cost-effective for certain projects.
Metal 3D printing is suitable for printing strong parts with high mechanical strength and heat-resistant while plastic 3D printing is for lightweight parts.
The decision to prefer a particular solution depends upon project criteria, viz., the use of the final 3D parts and properties of the materials used in its production.
Both the printing solutions have pros and cons. Hence, careful consideration helps before making the purchase decision.

3D printing is a versatile solution and suitable for printing parts that require customization. Ideally, 3D printing solutions can cater to the requirements of small to medium-scale production demands. It is possible to experience scalability considering the ongoing innovations in 3D printing technology.

The main advantages of 3D printing include rapid prototyping, customization, reduced waste, complex geometries, and the creation of intricately designed products. 3D printing has evolved to overcome the challenges of traditional manufacturing processes and help industries innovate and deliver high-quality and intuitive products.

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