Working with a company that does not except failure can be challenging. But when a major manufacturer approached us with a new design and needed prototypes quickly we took the challenge. After reviewing the design files it was determined that the project could be done. The only problem – a meeting was scheduled for Monday of the next week with a large potential customer and it was Wednesday.
The Casting Company was approached with the idea of making a prototype utilizing the Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) process for a new component idea that was born in the design department, but had not actually been made. For this project time was not the issue, but the customer wanted a robust part that could simulate material that might be used in production. The material chosen was PH1.