GPI Prototype Presents Additive Manufacturing technologies at Molding 2012

GPI Prototype announced that it is showcasing and presenting its additive manufacturing capabilities at the Molding 2012 Conference in Miami, Florida January 22nd-25th 2012.  GPI Prototype will be available to answer questions regarding additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping.  GPI will also be exhibiting at the Pacific Design & Manufacturing Expo in Anaheim, California from February 14th-16th, 2012 at booth 3741.  GPI is committed to showcasing additive technology at industry events and informing customers of the benefits and cost savings of additive manufacturing.

GPI Prototype has been a leader in the Prototyping Industry with its Direct Metal Laser Sintering – DMLS capabilities using the EOSINT M 270 & M 280 DMLS machines from EOS.  DMLS offers many advantages vs traditional tooling including the ability to manufacture complex geometries and shapes not possible with CNC machining.

In addition conformal cooling channels can be integrated into designs to dramatically reduce cycle and lead times and lower costs.  GPI offers 8 material choices for DMLS including Stainless Steel, Cobalt Chrome, Maraging Steel, Bronze Alloy, Titanium Alloy, Aluminum & Nickel Alloy.  Parts can be built in 20 micron layers with a turnaround time of a few days. Top-quality, accurate, clean prototypes can be built in hours and shipped to the customer in a few days.

Additional services include 3D Printing (3DP), Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Room Temperature Vulcanization (RTV), Investment Casting, Tooling, CNC Machining, Finishing, Laser Scanning & Manufacturing/Packaging solutions.  These services are priced very competitively in the industry while providing the best in quality and customer service.

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