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Do You Have A Laser Powder Bed Fusion Printing Project We Can Help With?



  • No upfront tooling

  • Design changes? No issues!

  • Reduced Material Wastage

  • Highly complex geometry feasible, provides 360 degree design freedom

  • Material properties similar to MIM materials

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Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Powder bed fusion is one of the most mature metal additive systems and as such, this technology offers the advantage of decades of industry experience. Whether you are designing a new component and need to iterate on designs rapidly or are looking for a more efficient process to manufacture advanced components, PBF can meet your needs

Powder bed fusion offers a wide range of advantages, some of which are listed below. Reduced material waste – Building up the part layer by layer eliminates most of the waste associated with subtractive manufacturing technologies. After the part is complete, any excess powder is collected and recycled.

PBF techniques are often considered slow when compared to other technologies. However, when it comes to complex parts with intricate internal geometry, no other technology can compare.

How does Laser Powder Bed Fusion work?

Powder bed fusion (PBF) methods use either a laser or electron beam to melt and fuse the material powder together. The process sinters the powder, layer by layer. Selective Heat Sintering differs from other processes by way of using a heated thermal print head to fuse powder material together.
Below are the different types of Powder Bed Fusions,
  • Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
  • Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
  • Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)
  • Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
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Laser Powder Bed Fusion at INDO-MIM


Currently, the materials supported by us include Inconel (625, 718), Stainless Steel (316L, 410L, 17-4PH), 18Ni300, HK30, Cobalt Chrome Alloys (Co-Cr-Mo, Co-Cr-W-Mo)

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Design Guidelines

  • Part weight (maximum) : ~ 28 Kg
  • Maximum hole dia without support: 3 mm
  • Support Free Angle: >45 degree

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We are a global leader in producing Metal Injection Molded components to diverse industries. We also offer investment casting, Ceramic Injection Molding, & Precision machining options to our customers.

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