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Area of Technology:Electrical & Electronics

Title of the Innovation: Remanufacturing of components through Additive Manufacturing

Brief About Innovation

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is an appropriate name to describe the technologies that create 3D objects by depositing layer-upon-layer of material, whether the material is plastic, metal, concrete. The process uses a computer, machine equipment, 3D modeling software (CAD), and layering material. Once a CAD sketch is produced, the AM equipment reads in data from the CAD file and lays down or adds successive layers of liquid, powder, sheet material, or other, in a layer-upon-layer fashion to fabricate a 3D object.

Major Raw materials Utilized:
• Steel powders
• Inconel powders
• Argon and Helium gases

  • Potential exists for Remanufacturing of expensive engineering parts for Aerospace, Automotive, Energy, Tooling, etc.
  • High-quality remanufactured parts can be Produced saving material, energy, time, and cost.
  • Maximum build volume: 300X 300 X 300 mm.
  • Deposition material: Steel, Inconel.
  • Substrate material: Any metal.

    Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) Process


    Remanufactured Part: Aircraft Pump Gear Shaft

Note:- On a case, to case basis, the Lab may provide its manufacturing facility to the licensee for manufacturing the product.