3D Technologies

Technologies

Metal AM powder feedstock

CONIFY has established its own network of most suitable procurement options in terms of quality/cost benefit and availability and an agile and responsive powder supply chain from EU powder producers and atomization plants. Powder procurement is based on quality-cost-availability criteria and is initiated by efficient screening and characterization of samples from different suppliers to ensure high-quality for AM materials & component manufacturing according to the requirements set from the end-use application and AM technologies to be employed (electron beam PBF, laser DED). Additionally, CONIFY employs in-house dedicated powder refurbishment & recycling protocols and facilities to recycle and rejuvenate un-fused metal powders from AM machine owners to restore near-virgin-quality properties and provide an alternative route for seamless material supply.

Powder Metallurgy

CONIFY has established its own network of most suitable procurement options in terms of quality/cost benefit and availability and an agile and responsive powder supply chain from EU powder producers and atomization plants. Powder procurement is based on quality-cost-availability criteria and is initiated by efficient screening and characterization of samples from different suppliers to ensure high-quality for AM materials & component manufacturing according to the requirements set from the end-use application and AM technologies to be employed (electron beam PBF, laser DED). Additionally, CONIFY employs in-house dedicated powder refurbishment & recycling protocols and facilities to recycle and rejuvenate un-fused metal powders from AM machine owners to restore near-virgin-quality properties and provide an alternative route for seamless material supply.

AM systems

3D Printing

CONIFY owns a LMD additive manufacturing technology-based machine characterized by increased productivity and performance, resulting in cost minimization and 100% dense metal parts. It’s able to automatically use metal wire, metal powder or both simultaneously without changing the nozzle. It also adds the capability of mixing alloys on the fly with metal powder, which makes possible to get material combinations very hard to obtain with traditional welding methods.
Its technology supports different types of metal such as inconel, titanium and stainless steel, among others. With the innovative technology of laser metal deposition (LMD), you will be able to cut the initial investment cost by half and improve your overall performance and productivity.

3D Printing

An open, high-performance open laser powder bed platform is also included in our available equipment, ideal for validating novel metal powders which supports preset process recipes as well as full control of all process parameters. We are capable of fully customizing process monitoring and it offers the option of user-configurable lasers/optics. Compatible materials include Aluminum alloys (AlSi10Mg), Bronze, Cobalt Chrome (Co-Cr-Mo), Copper, Nickel Superalloys (In 625, In718), Refractory Metals & Alloys (W, WC-Co12, Ta, W-Cu), Stainless Steels (316L, 15-5, 17-4, 400 series), Titanium (TiCP, Ti64), Tool Steels (Maraging M300, H13).