Additive
Manufacturing

By our expertise in engineering and Computer Aided Designing moving ahead a step forward we at Magna Digitech have adopted innovative Additive Manufacturing technology to enhancing our Rapid Prototyping capabilities. The 3D printing technology provides a transformative approach to industrial manufacturing that enables us to create prototypes of any complicated geometry in days.

The benefits of Furan Resin based 3D Sand Printed Cores and Molds are numerous. The Molds and Cores printed are highly accurate in dimension. There is no tooling cost incurred, and the designers are free to make any complex geometry components. The post-production cost and process are very minimal, and the 3D Sand Printed Molds and Cores are ready for metal pouring after production. Read More..

In pursuit of providing a full suite additive manufacturing solutions to our customers Magna Digitech offers Direct Metal Printing. India’s First Bound Metal Deposition Printer – Desktop Metal’s Studio Plus System is utilized to deliver direct metal printed prototype parts in the shortest possible time with maximum flexibility. Read More..

The FDM 3D printing using ABS helps in the Visualisation of the components in the pre-development stage as well as experience the Touch, Feel and Fit of the Models before production. We at Magna Digitech conduct Advanced Product Quality Program (APQP) before the development and production of every prototype to ensure our customer gets a sound error-free casting saving Time & Money.  Read More..

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3d printing

The parts are printed directly by our Bound Metal Deposition printer layer by layer, which involves extrusion of bound metal rods. This ensures production of parts with quick development time, assuring design freedom.

Sintering

Sintering causes the metal particles to densify thereby creating a solid structure  the part is heated to temperatures near melting, the remaining binder is removed and metal particles fuse together causing the part to densify up to 98%. The parts are now ready to use..

Debinding

The part is then immersed in debinding fluid, dissolving primary binder and creating an open-pore channel structure throughout the part, preparing it for sintering.

Part Design

Based on the inputs from the 3D model, various design aspects like thickness, tolerances, metal characteristics are analyzed & the files for metal printing are prepared through Studio System Software generating supports and control parameters .

Finishing

Magna Digitech’s finishing services includes Hand finishing, Grit blasting, Shotblasting, Vibropolishing, REM’s  ISF® (Isotropic Super Finishing) process.

Machining

To meet your specific needs Magna Digitech can provide close tolerance finishing with our technology suite of machining simulation software, modular fixturing, 5 Axis Machining Centre and CMM.