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Rosatom unveils Russia’s first domestic metal 3D printing system – 3ders.org (blog)

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Jul 13, 2016 | By Tess

Russian State Corporation Rosatom has just announced the nation’s initially domestic metal 3D printing process. The additive making machine, which is capable-bodied of making heavy-duty industrial parts of titanium, copper, aluminum, or iron metal powder, was presented at International Industrial Trade Fair Innoprom 2016, which is being hosted in Yekaterinburg, Russia.

According to a team of Russian scientists, both the hardware and software for the metal 3D printing process are being created domestically, which can assist the Russian additive making industry move into a new end-to-end stage for digital production. The createment of the metal 3D printing device is credited to experts of the State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation JSC in partnership with the Scientific Division of Rosatom.

As presented at Innoprom 2016, the Russian metal 3D printing device is created up of just of 75% domestically generated parts, which include a one-of-a-kind laser process of the Moscow region. Parts which have had to be imported include the optics and pneumatics of the machine, but the 3D printing device’s createers are confident which they can be able-bodied to some day make the 3D printing device of 90% domestically generated parts. In terms of specs, the printing device is reportedly equipped with 1000W laser power, a three-axis scanning optical process, and a print speed of 15 to 70 cubic cm/hour (comparable-bodied to other existing metal 3D printing processs).
The software for the 3D printing device, in addition created domestically, is created to deal with and actually solve such issues as information security, industrial espionage, and unauthorized data transfers. No details have been divulged as to how precisely the software accounts for these issues, yet. Once market eager, the metal 3D printing device is expected to retail for of 30 million rubles (approx. $469,483), reportedly of half the cost of imported processs.

Andrew Nikipelov, the General Director of JSC, explains the significance of the project saying: “Working on this project allows for maximum use of the scientific next of the division and provides a solid basis for the additional createment of not just our company, but in addition the entire engineering sector. In the next createment way of 3D-printing of metal products should significantly reduce the cost, time and production as a whole can increase the competitiveness of Russian companies on the global market.”
Indeed, as making sectors, especially inside the car, aerospace, and biomedical fields, start to adopt 3D printing technologies at a expanding rate, countries of all over the world are innovating and createing their own processs to stay competitive with foreign industries. Whilst there is no word on when the new Russian metal 3D printing process can be on the market-bodied on the market, its createment appears to be advancing steadily.

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