Additive manufacturing quality control: Virto-Cuccolini’s commitment for 3D printing

As additive manufacturing is growing, the industry itself is discussing about how to carry out a proper and reliable quality certification procedure within such an innovative process.

Powder handling is one of additive manufacturing main phases: as producers of bulk handling machinery, we feel our responsibility in providing 3D printing companies worldwide with a process – screening – which shall help them keep powder raw material constantly under control, especially within its recycling phase, and guarantee them a repeat quality level throughout their production cycle.

Our most recent and continuously growing experience in metal powders screening – backed up by a long-time knowledge of bulk handling processes in other industries – is giving us the opportunity to serve 3D printing companies in a very useful way.

Powder screening taught us along all these years how difficult sieving can be; and how to overcome potential obstacles, specifically within a high precision sieving process, like the one required by all Companies dealing with metal powders. For this reason, our X-Line circular sieves with a multi-frequency patented vibration system were born.

The incredible power applied to the X-Line mesh in dozens of case studies, carried out by Virto-Cuccolini for main global metal powder producers, proved to be our cut-edge solution to prevent mesh blinding and allow the product to flow properly throughout the screening process.

Have a look here below at one of our metal powders screening lab tests:

 

 

Your product demands quality – and we are here to help you.

Would you like to check how Virto-Cuccolini’s X-Line is able to support the quality level of your 3D printing process? Contact us!

CUCCOLINI is always unique and original.

You can receive our free advice to select the type of sieve more suitable to your processing needs, by contacting us




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