DMLS 3D Printed SS316L Y-type Strainer for Water System

DMLS 3D Printed SS316L Y-type Strainer for Water System

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Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing
Material Metal
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 5 workdays

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About Project

This Y-type strainer is a device that filters out unwanted particles and debris from a fluid flow. It is usually used in water systems where the amount of solids to be removed is small, and where frequent cleaning is not required.

DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) is a metal 3D printing technology that uses a high-powered laser to fuse metal powder layer by layer, creating complex and precise geometries. SS316L is a stainless steel alloy that has excellent corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, and biocompatibility.

By combining DMLS and SS316L, we can offer you a customizable, high-quality, fast-delivery, and eco-friendly Y-type strainer for your water system.

To order your DMLS 3D printed SS316L Y-type strainer, simply upload your 3D model file to our online platform, choose the material (SS316L) and the surface finishing. You can also request a quote or contact us via info@facfox.com for more information.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get your SS316L Y-type strainer from FacFox, the leading provider of DMLS 3D printing service in China!

Solution

  • Step 1: A CAD model of the Y-type strainer was created and exported into a 3D printable file format (an STL format).
  • Step 2: The STL file was sliced into thin layers by a software program and sent to the DMLS 3D printer.
  • Step 3: The DMLS 3D printer used a high-power laser beam to selectively fuse a layer of SS316L metal powder together, following the sliced model.
  • Step 4: The process was repeated layer by layer until the desired shape of the Y-type strainer was created.
  • Step 5: The printed part was removed from the powder bed and cleaned of any excess powder.
  • Step 6: The part was then heat-treated to improve its mechanical properties and surface finish.
  • Step 7: The part was inspected for quality and accuracy, and delivered to the customer.