Extrude Hone at the Paris Air Show Hall H3 Booth D29

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AFM, MICROFLOW, and COOLPULSE™ finishing solutions for inner and outer metal 3D printed component surfaces.

 

For many years Extrude Hone has helped the aerospace industry to improve surfaces.

Now Extrude Hone continues that mission to address the new challenges surrounding 3D printed components.

Surface improvement for metal 3D printed parts is always a challenge and getting the right solution brings a component within the realms of being truly functional.

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Enhanced Finishing Solution for metal 3D printed components

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Additive Manufacturing

There is extreme interest revolving around Additive Manufacturing. Fully functioning cars were produced using Additive Manufacturing techniques during the 2016 IMTS Show in Chicago – demonstrating the process benefits of the AM Technology.

Additive manufacturing (known also under DLMS; SLM; AM, ALM, 3D Printing) is a process of building parts and components layer by layer, connecting powder particles via an energy source.

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COOLPULSE ™ by Extrude Hone at Technology Days.

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Technology Days are coming soon to Extrude Hone.  Featuring COOLPULSE ™.

May 17th-18th in Holzgünz Germany!

  • 3D printed Turbine wheel in Inconel 718 surface finishing.
  • Awesome results and fast processing.
  • Up skin Rz down from 44.92µm to 7.35µm Ra down from 6.82µm to 1.86µm
  • Down skin Rz down from 83.88µm to 16.07µm Ra down from 11.95µ to 3.51µm

AFM: High-Quality Finishing for Industrial 3D Printing

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As 3D printers become more ubiquitous, the question manufacturers are trying to answer is not ‘how do we incorporated industrial 3D printing?’ but ‘how do we incorporate industrial 3D printing better than our competitors?’ Whether your application involves additive layer manufacturing (ALM) or laser sintering, the key that can set your
product above the rest is finishing.