Delivering real business benefits across key segments
Additive manufacturing (AM) material manufacturers face high competition, struggle to differentiate themselves and have strict customer requirements for material quality. Their customers need feedstock materials that allow for reproducible properties to deliver consistent results and ensure the quality of the manufactured product. They also need a way to qualify their products in a highly detailed manner.
A wide variety of materials like cobalt chrome alloys, titanium aluminide alloys, polyamides, epoxy resins, ABS and ceramics are used in the additive manufacturing process. Unlike traditional manufacturing processes, achieving high-quality AM products is not easy to guarantee.
The quality of the final product depends not only on the feedstock quality, but also on the interaction of many other aspects, such as process, hardware and many more. Therefore, it is important to test the properties of the feedstock material as well as the properties of the final part.
TÜV SÜD’s material testing services
TÜV SÜD provides the following services through our network of laboratories and specialised in-house team of additive manufacturing experts:
Backed by unparalleled expertise in additive manufacturing best practices, as well as decades of in-depth knowledge of material and manufacturing industries; TÜV SÜD helps feedstock material suppliers and additive manufacturers validate the quality of their products by testing their materials according to their requirements, based on the related DIN, ISO and ASTM standards.
Our additive manufacturing services will help you to:
Achieve consistent material and product quality and reproducibility – with TÜV SÜD’s rigorous test programs.
Gain customers’ confidence in your products – with material and product quality assurance through an independent third party.
Minimise business risks with the help of expert guidance – which help address unforeseen challenges that may arise from new materials and technologies.
Enabling revolutionary progress
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