Estrategia de Moldeo en Arena con Fabricación Aditiva de Gran Formato – JC Steele


Descubra cómo JC Steele optimizó su proceso de moldeo en arena, reduciendo los gastos en un 75% y aumentando la productividad anual en más del 50% con las impresoras 3D de gran formato BigRep. JC Steele recurrió a la fabricación aditiva de gran formato BigRep para producir rápida y masivamente los modelos en los que se centra su negocio. Han integrado exitosamente los modelos impresos en 3D en un nuevo flujo de trabajo simplificado, creando fácilmente los moldes delicados para su proceso de moldeo en arena.

Vea ejemplos de los modelos impresos de JC Steele, como sinfines de extrusión rígidos y soportes de cojinetes, algunas piezas impresas de casi 500 centímetros cúbicos.

Lea este caso de uso de aditivos de gran formato y descubra...

  • - Cómo modernizar los flujos de trabajo de fundición con la impresión 3D de gran formato.
  • - El ahorro potencial al invertir en fabricación aditiva.
  • - Cómo los aditivos pueden aumentar rápidamente la productividad.
  • - Nuevas estrategias de post-procesamiento para moldeo en arena.


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