Summary

RAPTOR is an Additive Manufacturing (AM) solution for the production of complex geometries made out of metals and ceramics. With the RAPTOR, TIWARI Instruments utilizes the Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) technique to produce ceramic and metallic parts with a 3D-printer working with special filaments. The 3D- printed parts are then eliminated of any non-metallic or non-ceramic component (binder) with the help of heat treatment at high temperatures, yielding pure and resistant parts suitable for all engineering applications in a matter of days. This cost-effective technique is suitable for a number of metals and ceramics, including metal-ceramic or ceramic- ceramic composites, and is capable of producing parts with over 98% relative density.

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Last updated: 2020-11-16

RAPTOR - Additive Manufacturing of Metals and Ceramics

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