1. 3D printing
  2. Processes

3D printing

DMLS/SLM produce high performance, end-use metal 3D printed parts for industrial applications in aerospace, automotive and medical.

Benefits and Limitations

Excellent mechanical properties
Can produce complex geometries

High Cost


Price $$$$$ Tolerance ± 0.1 mm
Turnaround time < 10 days Wall thickness 0.4 mm
Max part size 50 x 28 x 36 cm Layer height 20 – 50 μm

DMLS/SLM Stainless steel Materials

High tensile strength, temperature and corrosion resistance.

Stainless steel 316

Stainless steel (DMLS/SLM) has high ductility and excellent corrosion resistance. It produces fully dense parts for industrial applications.

Material family

DMLS/SLM Aluminum Materials

High machinability and ductility, good strength-to-weight ratio.


Aluminum (DMLS/SLM) is a low-density metal with great mechanical and thermal properties and good electrical conductivity.

Material family

DMLS/SLM Titanium Materials

Used in aerospace, automotive and medical industries, excellent strength-to-weight ratio.


Titanium (DMLS/SLM) has excellent mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. It is sterilizable and biocompatible.

Material family

DMLS/SLM Cobalt-chrome Materials

Super alloy used in extreme environments, aerospace and biomedical applications.


Cobalt-chrome (DMLS/SLM) is a high corrosion and wear resistant materials with excellent temperature resistance. Suitable for biomedical applications.

Material family

DMLS/SLM Nickel alloy Materials

Super alloy used in extreme environments, aerospace applications.


Inconel (DMLS/SLM) is a metal super-alloy with excellent tensile, fatigue, creep, and rupture strength, ideal for high-temperature applications.

Material family

Nickel alloy

Nickel Alloys (DMLS/SLM) are metal super-alloys with extreme heat and corrosion resistance.

Material family