Additive manufacturing offers completely new possibilities in the manufacture and design of functional parts.
For the first time in Europe we offer fully integrated metal additive manufacturing solutions which help our customers build the complex, mission-critical parts they need without compromising design, quality and performance.
Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Technology has been using group-wide experience with 3D metal printing for over 10 years.
- Feasibility Study
- Turning/milling and grinding machining
- Heat treatment (internal/external)
- Shot peening
- Material testing in our own laboratory
- Complete measurement of the component including dimension protocol
- Repair of components by re-melting the geometry
Additive Manufacturing – The Process
Due to the tool-free, selective melting on the component, this technology enables the most complex shapes to be produced, which they cannot be with conventional manufacturing methods or which are only economical in very large quantities (casting).
For components produced with 3D metal printers, there are already a wide range of applications in industry (automotive, racing, aviation, medicine, tool & mould making, etc.). To be able to use the possibilities of additive manufacturing for oneself, a rethink in the construction and design of conventionally- manufactured parts is necessary.
Our 3D metal printer is designed for maximum dimensions of 12,4 x 15,75 in. We use the following materials:
- 1.2709 (M300 tool steel)
- Cobalt-chrome steel
- Inconel 625 / 718
- EN ISO 9100 certified
- more on request
Our cooperation partners for 3D metal printing are Velo3D Renishaw and Knust-Godwin. We are the first provider in Europe for Support Free Structor in cooperation with Velo3D for the aerospace / space / energy industries.
Currently we are working on a research project Cornet “Ad-Proc-Add”: Advanced Processing of Additively Manufactured Parts.