The Future is Here

Often called the Future of Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing or 3D Printing figures go in the strategic plans of most organizations with varying, degree of intensity. McKinsey Global Institute pegs Additive Manufacturing (AM) or 3D Printing as one of the 12 potentially disruptive technologies that will impact the business world significantly in the coming decades.
Globally, AM is redefining industrial manufacturing as we know it. Metal Additive Manufacturing, builds near net-shape components and a set of co-ordinated post processing technologies, on a case-to-case basis, to meet the overall technical requirements of a component.

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Design for AM or additive engineering as we call it, requires a good understanding of the application, relevant metallurgy, and expert-level control on additive manufacturing technology.

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Metal AM techniques broadly vary based on the type of metal feedstock (powder or wire), the delivery or placement of feedstock (bed or deposition), the energy/power source (laser or electron beam), the build environment (inert or vacuum), and other aspects that determine the interaction between the feedstock and energy source.

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Post processing encompasses everything that occurs from the time a build is complete to the time a 3D printed part is ready for its intended use.

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Metal powders for additive manufacturing are made exclusively through an atomization process, which is the melting of a metal into a pool or the direct melting of a metal bar or wire in an evacuated or protected environment.

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Success in adapting metal 3D printing requires a trusted partner like Wipro 3D that offers end-to-end technical expertise, intensive consulting know-how and multiple engagement models that allow you, and your company, to experience the technology before investing in it for the long-term.

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