3D EMS service has changed the way product development and manufacturing professionals source parts.

3D EMS service

3D EMS Fast ptotoyping is more cost effective and encourages rapid product development and innovation


3D EMS service has changed the way product development and manufacturing professionals source parts.

3D EMS service

3D EMS made body parts, are bespoke for the application requiring less invasive surgery.


3D EMS service has changed the way product development and manufacturing professionals source parts.

3D EMS service

3D EMS allows new ways of thinking, frees designers from the restrictions of traditional manufacturing. which brings weight saving, fuel economies and reduced CO2 emissions.

3d Metal Sintering : Industry Sectors of Interest

Companies in many varied sectors of industry are now using 3D Metal Printing either for rapid prototyping or in series production. These include aviation & aerospace, automotive and special-purpose engineering such as medical prosthesis. Design and production companies use 3D Metal Printing to make components for digital cameras, mobile phones and machine parts as well as interior trim elements for cars, components and modules for aircraft and much else besides.

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Sintering or 3D Metal printing is an ‘additive’ technology that works by fusing together very fine layers of metal powder using a focused laser beam.  This powder fusion process can produce complex geometries which might not have been possible using traditional manufacturing techniques, such as:

  • undercuts
  • channels through sections
  • tubes within tubes
  • internal voids

The ‘unsintered’ or loose material is recycled for future use, making it both economical and environmentally friendly.

It is an ingenious process by which digital 3D designs are used to build up a component in layers of deposited material. The process is most commonly known as “3D printing”.
Unlike conventional milling procedure working from a solid block, Additive Manufacturing “prints” components layer by layer using metals in powder.

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3D EMS Metal Sintering – Fast Prototyping

Additive Manufacturing enables the construction and manufacture of highly stable lightweight structures that cannot be produced using conventional production processes.

3D Metal Printing machine

Products should only use as many resources as are absolutely essential in order to perform their function. Because raw materials prices are increasing, this requirement in relation to product development and manufacturing is gaining increasing importance.

3D Metal Printing can be used to build many kinds of detailed and complex lightweight structures. It offers designers maximum construction freedom. Early on in the construction process it is possible to remove superfluous material from many components. This superfluous material is unavoidable when conventional manufacturing methods are used. 3D Metal Printing apply material only in those places where it is required for functional reasons, this results in extremely light yet highly stable components. Users thus gain greater room to manoeuvre in construction and design.


Aerospace & Defence Industries

Using innovative, tool-less laser sintering, 3D Metal Printing enables cost-effective production of lightweight high-tech components, even with small batch sizes.

The aerospace industry is our principle market. Engine and turbine parts as well as cabin interior components are typical applications. This is where the benefits of using 3D Metal Printing come to the fore: functional components with complex geometries and defined aerodynamic properties can be manufactured quickly and cost-effectively. Material and weight savings lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Whether for integral engine parts or less structural interiors, 3DMS manufacturing has a host of advantages you can read more about in this Aerospace section.


Medical Applications: 3d Metal Sintering

3DMS is perfect for low volume bespoke design applications and for medical uses this is perfect, as parts can be made bespoke to fit an individual, one at a time.

Imagine a hip replacement where instead of adjusting the bone to fit a standard joint, the 3D metal sintering manufactured joint is tailored to fit the bone. This makes installation faster, less intrusive and allows for faster healing.

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Automotive: 3d Metal Sintering

3D Metal Printing provides automobile manufacturers with the basis for low-cost rapid prototyping and individualised serial production of high-end parts. Meet your targets for sustainable energy efficiency, the reduction of CO2 emissions, and ongoing downward cost.

Automobile manufacturers are faced with major challenges. There is also a growing need for customer-specific solutions. However, the problem with small-series production and the increasing demand for customisation is that traditional tool-based manufacturing processes often cannot be applied profitably.

Innovative, tool-less 3D Metal Printing laser sintering technology provides a new approach to tackling the current challenges facing the automotive industry. It offers maximum design freedom while allowing the creation of complex yet light components with high levels of rigidity. 3D Metal Printing enables Additive Manufacturing of
components with integrated functionality, without the need for tools, thereby cutting development and production costs. What is more, suppliers can respond to customer requirements by offering individualised serial production of parts.

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