Rösler expands AM Solutions with Additive Manufacturing services division

October 3, 2019

Rösler expands AM Solutions with Additive Manufacturing services division
AM Solutions has established a new division focused on the production of AM components (Courtesy AM Solutions S.r.l)

AM Solutions S.r.l., Concorezzo, Italy, the Additive Manufacturing brand of Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH, Untermerzbach, Germany, has established a new division focused on the production of AM components. AM Solutions – 3D Printing Services will compliment the company’s existing AM Solutions – 3D Post Processing division, enabling it to cover the entire process chain from engineering and design optimisation, to the production of components, mechanical post-processing, surface finishing and quality control. 

AM Solutions is equipped with state-of-the-art software and supporting equipment to ensure its customers benefit from the design flexibilities and possibilities of Additive Manufacturing. This includes the complete engineering of components from scratch, the redesign of existing components for Additive Manufacturing, the validation of product designs and topology optimisation.

The company states that production of components will take place on state-of-the-art equipment, including an EOS M 290 Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) system, which allows the manufacture of component sizes up to 250 x 250 x 325 mm. A number of materials can be processed, including stainless steels, aluminium and titanium. 

For post-processing tasks, such as the removal of powder residues and support structures, as well as surface smoothing and polishing, the company reported that it uses a wide range of technologies and processes. Customers requiring a subsequent machining step will also have access to a range of machining equipment, including a DMG Mori 5-axis milling machine DMU 50.


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