DMT® is Direct metal Tooling that it is developed by INSSTEK's own technical skills and it is classified as directed energy deposition technology by ASTM standard.
Highly functional component production, re-modeling, repairing, repairing and special coatings. Printing metal parts by DMT® has superior mechanical properties, high density and fine microstructures.
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 16:37 Company InssTek integrates the additive production computing core ModuleWorks into their DMT (Direct Metal Tooling) technology. The innovative ModuleWorks software enables InssTek to leverage the multi-axis feed capabilities of its DMT machines to provide a fully automated and cost-effective solution for concurrent 5-axis manufacturing and repair of complex parts. DMT with the integrated ModuWorks computing core, supplied as a plug-in Rhino module, automatically generates a toolpath that utilizes the machine's 5-axis motion capabilities to enable the production of parts with very complex geometries. This means that these parts, eg guide lamella rings, can be manufactured in a single continuous manufacturing step. Additive toolpaths are collision-free and can be optimized with user-defined parameters to reduce residual stress in the material.
On November 19, 2019, the world's largest 3D printing professional exhibition, FORMNEXT, was held in Frankfurt, Germany. Over 800 3D printing manufacturers from around the world participated in the exhibition, and more than 70 exhibitors from China. In order to satisfy the hundreds of thousands of bear friends in China's understanding of the latest developmentof global 3D printing, Antarctic Bear, as the professional media for strategic cooperation of FORNNEXT2019, reports at the exhibition site. At the exhibition site, Antarctic Bear saw the booth of insstek, the largest metal 3D printing manufacturer in Korea. At the exhibition site, insstek showed its laser coating technology DMT technology, which was developed by INSTEK and was classified as passing the ASTM directional energy deposition technology standard Using 2 vision cameras, the machine analyzes and controls the height of the molten pool in real time.
A single continuous production step is only one of the capabilities of the 5-axis machine. Moduleworks also aims to prevent printing errors and more. Insstek Inc. has integrated the Moduleworks additive manufacturing calculation core into its DMT (Direct Metal Tooling) technology. The Moduleworks software enables Insstek to use the multi-axis traversing capabilities of its DMT machines to provide a fully automated,cost-effective solution for simultaneous 5-axis additive manufacturing and repairing of complex parts. Delivered as a Rhino plugin, DMT with the integrated Moduleworks calculation core automatically generates a toolpath that uses the 5-axis motion capabilities of the machine to enable the production of parts with highly complex geometries. This means that these parts, e.g. guide vane rings, can be manufactured in a single, continuous production step. The additive toolpaths are collision-free and can be optimised via user-defined parameters to reduce residual stresses in the material.
Launched more than 30 years ago, Manufacturing World Japan has grown together with the Japanese & Asian manufacturing industry. Gathering all kinds of cutting edge mechanical components/manufacturing services/IT solutions for any types of manufacturing industry from around the world. The show consists of the following 8 shows. InssTek, Inc will participate this "World Manufacturing Japan 2020" exhibision andshare inssTek's accmulated technologies and New generation model MX-Lab. https://www.japan-mfg.jp/en-gb.html
formnext powered by tct is the leading tradefair for Additive Manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent manufacturing solutions. It focuses on the efficient realization of parts and products, from their design to serial production. formnext shows the future of innovative manufacturing. InssTek, Inc. which is global Metal 3D printer manufacturer participated FORMNEXT which is held Frankfurt. Germany 19-22 November. InssTek, Inc. introduced InssTek’s accumulated 3D metal printing technology as DED(Direct Energy Deposition) method and new product (MX-Lab) which is developed for research and development. More than 250 people visited InssTek booth and experienced accumulated metal 3D printing Tehcnologie
InssTek, Inc. which is global Metal 3D printer manufacturer held 1st Open House event on 29th October at InssTek head office in KOR. InssTek, Inc. introduced InssTek’s accumulated3D metal printing technology as DED(Direct Energy Deposition) method andnew product (MX-Lab) which is developed for research and development. This InssTek’s Open House event was designed to invite 80 people who related industries, academic people. 1. Open House event video clip : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARRPE-Xj5g4
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