Laser cutting Find out more

Laser cutting is a cutting process whereby a laser beam is focused on a focal spot of a few tenths of a millimetre, thereby fusing the material.

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Plasma cutting Find out more

Plasma cutting is a cutting process, whereby an electric arc between an electrode and the workpiece is used to generate a very high temperature, thereby fusing the material.

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Water jet cutting Find out more

Waterjet cutting is a cutting process, whereby a waterjet is used to generate a very high pressure, thereby separating the material.

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Wire EDM Find out more

Wire eroding is a cutting process, whereby an electric spark is used to separate electrically conductive materials, thereby removing material.

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Fused filament fabrication Find out more

Fused filament fabrication (FFF) is a 3D printing process, whereby a workpiece is created one layer at a time by fusing a plastic filament.

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Selective laser sintering Find out more

Selective laser sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing process, whereby a workpiece is created one layer at a time by heating a material in powder form.

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Selective laser melting Find out more

Selective laser melting (SLM) is a 3D printing process, whereby a workpiece is created one layer at a time by fusing a metal powder.

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HP multi jet fusion Find out more

HP multi jet fusion is a 3D printing process, whereby plastics poweder is melted using heat and a fusing agent.

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Stereolithography Find out more

Stereolithography (SLA) is a 3D printing process, whereby a homogeneous workpiece is produced one layer at a time by curing liquid resin.

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Polyjet Find out more

Polyjet is a 3D printing process, whereby UV light is used to cure an acrylic resin.

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Milling Find out more

Milling is a stock removal process, whereby a milling tool rotates around its axis at high speed, thereby removing chips from an unmachined part.

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Turning Find out more

Turning is a stock removal process, whereby a single-edged tool - the lathe tool - removes chips from a workpiece in order to create the required shape.

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