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Optimizing the Entire Product Lifecycle with Additive Manufacturing

End-to-end applications

Printed on the ElemX

From prototyping to production and beyond. The ElemX liquid metal 3D printer is capable of producing faster and more cost-effective parts than ever before. Truly embracing the future of distributed and on-demand manufacturing. The 3D printed parts below are made from aluminum alloy wire feedstock and designed by our partners and users. If you’re interested to learn more or benchmarking your own part, contact us today.

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Production Motor Mount Plate​

​​​The motor mount in the prior architecture did not meet the requirements for a future planned design iteration. This new design replaced the original sheet metal mounting plate and enabled the engineering team to offset the motor a few millimeters, without having to create new tie bars or subframe components.​

Part

Production Motor Mount Plate

XYZ Dimensions (mm)

150 x 75.85 x 9.53

Print Time

2 Hours

Mass

165 Grams

Material

AL 4008

 



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Fluid Distribution Nozzle

​​​The fluid distribution nozzle is used to separate fluid flow from a singular source to nine different flow paths. The nozzle is non-clogging, operates at very low spray pressures and evenly distributes flow over a wide area. Printed in AL 4008 enables this particular device to operate in harsher environments using chemicals, oils, and gasoline. Depending on the specific application, AL 4008 has excellent corrosion resistance properties and is ideal for automotive, aerospace and energy industries. 

Part

Fluid Nozzle

XYZ Dimensions (mm)

91 x 91 x 120

Print Time

6 Hours, 38 Minutes

Mass

234 Grams

Material

AL 4008

 



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Heat Sink

​​​The heat sink is used to house a chemical reactor cooling unit and is typically exposed to extreme temperatures. The fins are used to dissipate heat and drive it away from the reactor, enabling it to reliably operate. This type of heat sink design is commonly used in challenging environments associated with automative, aerospace, or heavy machinery applications that deal with corrosive or hazardous materials.

Part

Heat Sink

XYZ Dimensions (mm)

136.63 x 136.63 x 50

Print Time

6 Hours, 22 Minutes

Mass

434 Grams

Material

AL 4008