Customer Story

3D printing for lightweight cast parts

As many benefits lightweight engineering can ensure in terms of material savings oder part performance, the manufacture of these highly complex parts often poses a challenge. That doesn’t have to be the case. TITAL is a German engineering expert and foundry, focusing on investment casting of aluminium and titanium for aersopace and racing applications.

In this webinar, TITAL shares their experiences with 3D printed PMMA patterns for investment casting. The company relys on on demand printing from voxeljet and supplies demanding industries such as the aerospace, automotive and racing industry.

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Our Speaker

Rainer Sabisch, Director Global Application Engineering

Rainer Sabisch has been with TITAL GmbH for over 20 years. During this time he has gained a great wealth of experience and know-how for challenging engineering projects, especially for aerospace and high performance racing applications.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • the advantages 3D printing holds over conventional wax patterns
  • Why investment casting delivers certified parts vs. printed metal parts
  • how 3D printing can help to realize complex  lightweight projects
  • our PMMA material, its properties and post processing features
  • the benefits of investment casting over direct metal laser sintered parts

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