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Sparkless Copper Engineers Hammer

Printed part examples

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Easy to Use

Design-Part_1@4x

Design your
part in CAD

Print-Progress@4x

SPEED3D software
self programs the
print design

Check-Simulation

Check the print simulation in the TwinSPEED3D software

Load-Feedstock@4x

Load feedstock
powder in printer

Press-Print@4x

Press print on the
HMI touchscreen

minutes-later@4x

MINUTES LATER...
Take out your
printed part

Post-Process@4x

Post process (tumble, machine or polish) if required

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How is the process so fast?

Rather than using heat to melt metal powders, SPEE3D developed ‘Supersonic 3D Deposition’. This is the name given to the patented process in which a rocket nozzle accelerates air up to three times the speed of sound, into which metal powder is injected then deposited onto a substrate maneuvered by a six-axis robotic arm. In this process the sheer kinetic energy of the particles hitting each other causes the powders to bind together to form a high density part with metallurgical properties superior to casting.

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