Stinako, an industrial engineering company based in Maribor, Slovenia, has announced the purchase of a TruPrint 3000 metal Additive Manufacturing machine from Trumpf, Ditzingen, Germany. The new machine is expected for delivery in March 2024.
Stinako, established in 2003, specialises in lifting technology installation, installation of piping systems, power station and boiler maintenance, and component production. The company’s production activity is mainly geared towards the manufacture of pressure vessels and complex pipelines made of stainless materials.
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Trumpf’s medium-format TruPrint 3000 uses Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) technology to produce parts with a diameter of up to 300 mm and a height of up to 400 mm. The machine features two 700 W lasers at a standard diameter of 80 μm, enabling a build speed of 5-120 cm³/h in layer thicknesses between 20-150 μm.
Stinako’s TruPrint 3000 will be used to process stainless steel, tool steel and aluminium alloys, as well as titanium alloys.