How does 3D printing work? And how would it benefit my organization? Are those questions you've asked yourself? Luckily, OR LASER has some answers.
3D printing, or additive manufacturing as those of us in the welding world often call it, is the process by which digital 3D CAD design is used to add layers to a component with deposited material. This is commonly used in the manufacturing sector for adding strength or load capacity to existing units. And one of the things that makes OR LASER great is that we provide several high-quality laser units for every size and scope of project. These units include:
- LASERCAB - a class 1 laser suited to industrial environments
- LRS EVO - automated laser technology for small to mid-sized workpieces
- EVO MOBILE - a compact, mobile laser welding system for all size workpieces
- ROBOLASER - welding, cladding, cutting, and hardening in one unit
For more details on the innovative laser technology from OR LASER and an in-depth discussion on "How does 3D printing work?", contact our friendly customer service staff today.