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Netherlands METAL MAGAZINE's publication 8-2019

Insstek, the Korean manufacturer of DED machines,  sees material development as one of the keys to smoothing the metal printing market. The advantage of DED technology is that users can develop their own alloy by mixing powders.  Insstek presented the new generation model "MX-Lab" on Formnext, a new, small 3D metal printer that was developed to test material mixes on a small scale and, once production has been validated, to transfer them to one of the larger machines. Insstek has developed a new dosing system for the MX-Lab with which a powder can be dosed very accurately, starting at 0.1 grams, over a longer period of time. Six powders can be mixed in the MX-Lab.

Manufacturing World Japan 2020 (26~28. Feb)

InssTek Korea has started marketing in Japan a metal 3D printer of the DED (Direct Energy Deposition) type that can use multiple metal powders.The company's main product, the MX-Standard series, has a lineup of three types of laser output: 1kW, 2kW and 3kW, and all are equipped with the company's proprietary lamination technology "DMT". The technology uses two cameras to analyze and control the height of the melt pool in real time, enabling printing with excellent mechanical properties, density and structure. Feeder "CVM system" that handles 6 types of materials The company also offers the MX-Lab series for materials research, which is equipped with a CVM (Clogged Vibration Method) system that supplies up to six different materials. This is a model equipped with a 300W fiber laser, which can supply any of the six types of metal powders accurately by CVM at a rate of 0.1 to 10g / min (data for Ti powder).

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InssTeK-experiment with six different metal powder formulati…

The “Japan Manufacturing World” will be held for three days from February 26 to 28, 2020. InssTek Inc., a Korean metal 3D printer manufacturer, develops and manufactures not only metal 3D printers, but also equipment that supports the development of its own compounding powders. At the next-generation 3D printer exhibition, actual machines are exhibited, and there is a staff who can speak Japanese at the booth and explained the equipment

Collaboration on simultaneous multi-axis additive technology

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. For optimal process safety, the integrated Moduleworks simulation software checks for potential collisions between the component and print head. Printing errors can also be predicted and prevented. Custom tool profiles (e.g. powder nozzle, laser) provide application flexibility and the simulation generates an in-process model of material flow that can be used for subsequent processing steps.

ModuleWorks unleash the full potential of InssTek DMT

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.