Additive Manufacturing Technologies

These are the technologies that you will be able to learn about in our University Specialisation in Additive Manufacturing.

IMH Campus Additive Manufacturing Area.

LMD (Laser Metal Deposition)

LMD (Laser Metal Deposition)

Direct fusing of metallic powder injected onto the surface of a substrate, in order to obtain coatings and/or structures with identical or improved properties compared to those of the base material.


SLM (Selective Laser Melting)

LPBF (Laser Powder Bed Fusion)

It is an additive manufacturing method specially developed for the 3D printing of metal alloys. It generates parts additively by melting metal powder particles in an integral melting process.

WAAM (Wire+Arc Additive Manufacturing)

WAAM - Wire Arch Additive Manufacturing

This technology, similar to welding, uses an electric arc to melt a metal wire directly onto the surface.

Multi Jet Fusion (HP)

Multi Jet Fusion (HP)

It is an additive manufacturing method in which parts can be manufactured by addition using a multi-agent printing process.

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

The material is sucked and melted by the 3D printer's extruder, which deposits the material precisely layer by layer on the print bed. 

SLA o Estereolitografía

SLA (Stereolithography)

It creates the parts layer by layer using an ultraviolet laser that solidifies liquid photopolymer resins.

Metal parts made with additive technologiesiezas 

Piezas metálicas fabricación aditiva