Process Optimization

  • Out of all of the different additive manufacturing technologies, what process is best for my product?
  • What are the parameters/variables that will result in the most productive manufacture of my products?
  • What are the post processing requirements?

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They say that a product is only as good as the process used to make it.  At Lucideon, with our extensive knowledge and years of cross-industry experience, we understand this.

Our additive manufacturing experts work to increase yields, limit failures, reduce operational costs, ensure consistent production and develop optimized processes tailored to client needs.

  • Experimental process design – Optimize multiple variables with one effort. We offers expertise in experimental design (DoE) to proficiently select the best parameters for your needs.
  • Process selection -  There is no “one size fits all” additive manufacturing process. We’ll work with you to select the right process for your needs.
  • Post processing optimization (HIP/Heat treatment/polishing) -  Could a different design or process set-up eliminate the need to go through costly post-processing?  Let our experts help you decide what the best path forward should be.
  • Scale-up support – Moving from prototype to mainstream manufacturing is not as simple as adding new machines and equipment to your processing line.  Let out experience in scaling-up manufacturing processes shorten your path to commercialization.

Webinar Recordings:

» Ensuring Quality & Standardization in Powder Metal Input for Additive Manufacturing
» Additive Manufacturing for the Healthcare Sector - Challenges and Issues
» Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Components - The Metallurgical Perspective

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Resources

  • Data Sheet

    Factorial Experimental Design Data Sheet

    pdf 251 KB

  • White paper

    Additive Manufacturing - A Metallurgical Perspective

    pdf 4 MB

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