Multimaterial Additive Manufacturing by Aerosint

Aerosint invented a unique selective Powder Deposition (SPD) recoater enabling multi-metal L-PBF 3D printing along some other exciting use cases ! 

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Aerosint Selective Powder Deposition Recoater process explanation

The technology

The Aerosint powder recoater consists of patterning drums which selectively deposit fine powder voxels in a line-at-once manner.

The result is a powder layer composed of more than one powder.

This is an alternative to single material powder bed fusion systems.

The technology applies to multiple additive manufacturing techniques like Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF), Binder Jetting, and Die Pressing.

Innovation

Multi-powder deposition unlocks some very unique use cases in Additive Manufacturing, Powder Metallurgy and beyond.

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Products & Services

Dual-Metal L-PBF Printer

Our dual metal recoater can be purchased as on option with the Aconity MIDI+ LPBF system. This printer is the global first commercial multi-metal L-PBF printer. Reach out to Aerosint or Aconity for more information about the printer.

We print

Ask us to print your multi-material prototypes. More and more materials will become available in the future. Stay tuned or reach out to know more about our materials development roadmap.

R&D Services

We gladly support you in your journey towards multi-material additive manufacturing by making our equipments and engineering know-how available to your organization. Fully independently or together with other research partners we can cover the whole spectrum of a complete application development project.
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Dual-Metal L-PBF

Aerosint’s recoater has been integrated in a L-PBF system from Aconity 3D GmbH , making it the first commercial multi-metal L-PBF printer in the world. 

The printer is today available to research driven organizations for purchasing. 

For more information about the hardware, or for services requests, please go to the contact menu to get in touch with us.

Use cases for multi-metal printing

ThermalConductivity

Thermal Conductivity

Conformal cooling channels (in: moulds, rocket nozzles, injection nozzles, brake calipers...), heat exchangers, heat sinks, heat pipes

ElectricalConductivity

Electrical Conductivity

Battery connectors, satellite power transfer

WearResistance

Wear Resistance

Plain bearings, low friction profiles

AbrasionResistance

Abrasion Resistance

Drillbit inserts, cutting tools

MagneticPerformance

Magnetic Performance

Motors, actuators

Aesthetics

Aesthetics

Luxury applications (watches, fashion accessories), sports accessories customization

Electromagnetic

Electromagnetic

Waves propagation optimization, antennas

VibrationOptimization

Vibration Optimization

Modal optimization of parts

CorrosionResistance

Corrosion Resistance

Chemical reactors, conformal cooling

Recent News

Aerosint joins Desktop Metal

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) today announced it has acquired Aerosint, a pioneer in multi-material deposition systems for powder-based additive manufacturing (AM) solutions.

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Use cases for Multi-Metal 3D printing

Use cases for Dual-Metal 3D printing are unlimited and can help companies find solutions to some of their unsolved technical challenges.

Below we share 7 hot potential uses for multi-metal printing along with some inspirational applications.

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Aerosint participates to Win2Wal research project

For the next 4 years Aerosint will participate in a project lead by the CRM Group and UCLouvain – Université catholique de Louvain. The project is a Win2Wal funded project and aims at researching the compatibility of dissimilar metals for multimaterial 3D printing.

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