ValCUN has taken a move to make metal additive manufacturing inexpensive with its innovative technology. The Belgian technology company anticipates reaching the business market in the second quarter of 2021. This is with their print service for aluminum pieces.
ValCUN will include an additional dimension to metal additive manufacturing. Until now, the evolution of metal printing in the industrial business has proved to be slower than expected. This is mainly because of the technology’s restricted economical competitiveness. It’s ValCUN’s purpose to adjust this.
The ValCUN crew has determined intentions for 2020. They are creating many outlines and collaborations with study institutes, distributors and possible clients. They intend to grow their crew by the end of the year so as accelerate the procedure.
The primary interest is on near-net shaping of aluminum processes that gain from its material attributes.
Aluminum metals are the fairly weight-to-strength proportion, high heat and electrical conductivity. Varying from prototype up to minute serial manufacturing outlook are presently in range. Presently, many cases are established where ValCUN makes added advantage. The quest for fresh arguments will prolong the client portfolio. They will also moreover test the technology.
Among the business arguments for minute continued manufacturing, mixes heat distribution with architectural framing a diving cameral covering. Aluminum is the main material for this process for the low mass, to survive the diving extents, rust, and salty seawater and to eliminate produced heat.
Nowadays, the thin-walled covering produced by subtractive production procedure, with material garbage up to 96 percent.
ValCUN technology lessens both element waste and production time, presenting a general cost decrease.
There are plans to spread towards other materials like aluminum-copper and copper metals. These elements are in the center of the present target process. The slow change from aluminum to copper will also enable hybrid piece manufacturing; mixing of printing or materials over half builds that results in enhancement of the attributes in the end product.
This may be helpful to force heat dissipation into a certain direction minus the requirement for assembling various pieces.