Kanfit 3D specializes in Additive Manufacturing of medical and aerospace components, including custom-made implants, made from Ti-64 titanium metal.
Kanfit 3D uses the EOS M290 system—the benchmark for the medical and aerospace industrial 3D printing of high-quality metal parts—with enhanced quality management features.
Kanfit 3D's Additive Manufacturing (AM) system sets new standards and offers extensive quality management features and expanded monitoring capabilities.
Kanfit 3D's EOS M 290 system offers extensive monitoring functions both for the system itself and for monitoring the build process. This adds more extensive quality assurance to the field of Additive Manufacturing. In particular, it makes the system attractive for many industrial applications including the aerospace industry as well for medical applications.
How does 3D printing technology work?
Using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, 3D computer models of the required object are created. These are uploaded into the metal printer.
Using the models as building instructions, the printer adds a metal powder layer by layer, each time fusing the layer into solid metal with a high-power laser. In this way, complete 3D objects or, in our case products, are constructed by the printer.
At KANFIT 3D we do not consider additive manufacturing as a standalone process, but rather as an integral part of our production process.
This is one of the ways in which KANFIT 3D is unique. We not only have the facilities for additive manufacturing but we also possess the necessary skills and CNC machinery to transform powder in to a fully finished product.
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The benefits of 3D printing:
3D metal printing is an exciting new technology
with some real major advantages:
Highly efficient, producing minimal waste (as opposed to traditional, subtractive manufacturing with up to 90% waste).
Create new 'impossible' geometries, complex features and fine details.
Design products that are up to 60% lighter in weight.
Ideal for individual bespoke products, tailored for very specific situations, i.e. medical implants.
Turn designs into products very quickly; ideal for rapid prototype development.