Additive Manufacturing Applications


    Conformal cooling channels can be designed to accommodate existing tooling hardware, such as ejector pins and hot runner systems, allowing new and existing tooling to be improved with minimum disruption.

    Correctly designed and well implemented conformal cooling systems can result in reduced cycle times, lower defect rates, and higher tool productivity.

    Visit our dedicated Plastic Injection Molding page for more details.



    When we combine the capabilities of Additive Manufacturing with our unique materials and state-of-the-art cooling system designs, our AM high pressure die casting inserts consistently out perform their conventional counterparts.

    This results in additional value for our customers through the reduction of cycle times, lowered frequency for maintenance and fewer part defects.

    Visit our dedicated High Pressure Die Casting page for more details.


    Our history of producing high performance alloys for the oil & gas industry, means our Additive Manufacturing solutions are designed to meet the most stringent industry quality requirements.

    We use state-of-the-art technologies to support our AM processes from initial concept through to finished functional parts. Our focus on both Laser Powder Bed and Laser Powder Deposition technologies means we can support a range of Oil & Gas applications.

    Visit our dedicated Oil & Gas page for more details.



    We supply a wide array of high performance materials to the aerospace and automotive industries, these include forgings, high quality steels for dies and molds, and specially alloys for finished components.

    Our experience of supporting these industries flows directly into the implementation of Additive Manufacturing ensuring we continue delivering that support into the future.

    Visit our dedicated Aerospace page for more details.

    Contact our Additive Manufacturing team
    Please use a browser that is not outdated.

    You are using an outdated web browser.

    Errors may occur when using the website.