Timothy Ruffner
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Learning about DMLS surface finish and finishing of Direct Metal Laser Sintered parts

Started Apr 9, 2010 0 Replies

Leave a comment here or on the blog and I will address them as I can. A lot of people wonder what the parts look like right out of the machine and if the steel is dense enough for finishing. We did…Continue

Tags: Rapid, Prototype, Finishing, Sintering, Laser

DMLS - direct metal laser sintering Costs and info

Started Jan 25, 2010 0 Replies

I have had quite a bit of questions in regards to costs related to DMLS and what certain projects costs obviously there are a lot of variables but here is some info for you to look at in the mean…Continue

Tags: Costs, Prototype, AM, Sintering, Laser

Polishing/Finishing of parts with quite a bit of geometry.

Started Jan 22, 2010 0 Replies

I have had some serious difficulties trying to find a way to polish parts that were made using DMLS. Have you had any luck using any certain technology? Let's put the MMP process aside for a…Continue

Tags: Polishing, Finishing, AFM, MMP, Prototype

 

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Conformal Cooling using DMLS and Direct Metal Laser Sintering Technology to Reduce Cycle Time

Posted on January 22, 2010 at 10:29am 0 Comments

Conformal Cooling

Conformal cooling is defined as the ability to create cooling/heating configurations within a tool that essentially follows the contour of the tool surface or deviates from that contour as thin/thick sections of the part may dictate for optimal thermal management. The objective typically is to cool or heat the part uniformly. Conformal cooling provides a tremendous advantage in mold tooling through significant reductions in cycle times. Other than the obvious… Continue

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