Providing Elegant Solutions
Form 3D is a provider of solutions, and an innovative engineering team at its core
Priding ourselves on true agility and deep collaboration, we are uniquely poised to hurdle complex engineering problems through additive manufacturing with the customer service of a local business
Form 3D is primed to manufacture production runs of your metal components, handling all aspects of the process from part setup through final delivery
Our bread and butter is working with R&D teams on iterating an existing concept, helping to optimize part geometry for 3D printing, and take advantage of the nuances of this technology to enhance performance
We offer services in design optimization and rapid prototyping in order to drive our customers to a production-ready part which can be efficiently and repeatably manufactured on our printers
Utilizing Cutting-Edge Technology
Form 3D uses the latest Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Electron Beam Melting (EBM) machines to produce metal components. DMLS is a process that uses a high-powered laser to melt metal powder and grow parts up in extremely thin layers, resulting in dense detailed parts without undesired excess material. EBM is a process that uses electrons stripped from a cathode to melt metal powder and grow large lattice parts up with little to no stress.
Titanium Ti64 Ti6Al4V ELI
Stainless Steel 316L / 17-4PH
Nickel Alloys HX / IN625 / IN718
Cobalt Chrome CoCrMo
Material information and mechanical property data sheets are available on the EOS material website: http://www.eos.info/material-m
Expanding Advanced Capabilities
Form 3D offers true expertise in metal 3D printing, designing each step of the manufacturing process in-house before printing components on our own machines.
Remaining relevant in the additive manufacturing industry requires that we continually build out adjacent capabilities to support the production of printed parts. Form 3D offers a wide variety of services beyond pure metal printing, including plastic printing, post-processing, and part validation.
Contact us to ask about alternative materials (plastics), surface finishes, tolerances, and inspection methods we have in-house or through our network of partners, including but not limited to plastic printing, finish machining, heat treating, and comprehensive inspection reports.