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PT. igus® Indonesia

Taman Tekno BSD

Sektor XI, Blok L1 No. 15

Tangerang Selatan 15314

+62 21 7588 1933
+62 21 7588 1932


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Special parts for customers made even faster: igus triples its 3D printing service13/11/2018

If the user wants to produce an abrasion-resistant special part or a small batch then igus has the right solution with the 3D printing service. Call up, upload CAD data, select material and activate order. In this way the user – from hobbyists to major industrial customers – can quickly obtain igus's wear-resistant special solution. Most of the components are manufactured using the laser sintering process. In this process, the abrasion-resistant laser sintering material iglidur I3, specially developed by motion plastics specialist igus, is applied on the entire working platform and sintered with a laser. After each work step, the plate is lowered and a new layer applied. "Due to the very high demand for wear-resistant special solutions through the 3D printing service, we have now tripled our capacities with new laser sintering printers," explains Tom Krause, Head of Additive Manufacturing at igus.

Quickly printed complex components

The advantages of the laser sintering process are obvious. The laser sintering printers can produce simple and complex types as well as mobile solutions. "In an installation space of 220x170x300 millimetres, for example, 5,000 plain bearings with an inner diameter of 10 millimetres can be produced per laser sintering system within 30 hours. Laser sintering ensures that we can offer the components not only fast, but also with a higher strength and more cost-effectively than the FDM process," notes Tom Krause. High costs, such as the production of injection moulding tools, are eliminated and possible design changes can easily be made on the computer, whereas in conventional injection moulding, entire moulds need to be changed. In addition, there is no price difference between complex and simple shapes. If the customer wishes to have wear-resistant gears made, he can use the abrasion-resistant laser sintering material iglidur I6, which was specially developed for gears, in the 3D printing service. If a series with up to 4,000 parts have to be printed, injection moulding tools can also be produced in additive manufacturing, which are later used in the injection moulding machine. The advantage here is that the user can freely select the suitable material from more than 50 iglidur materials.