Topological optimisation is a product engineering technique that allows reducing the volume of material to obtain functional components of lower weight. This technique allows full design freedom, rapidity of implementation and a high degree of customisation, therefore it is the perfect complement to the production in additive manufacturing. [ Details ]
ZARE: the Additive Manufacturing Production Factory. METAL 3D PRINTING, SLS - Selective Laser Sintering, HP MULTI JET FUSION, FDM, Vacuum Casting.
ZARE: Rapid Prototyping for industrial products and High Performance Metal 3D Printing entirely Made in Italy
A short supplied chain and the extreme care taken to protect the confidentiality of your project are our distinguishing features.
Cutting edge technologies coupled with a profound knowledge of materials are our daily work tools.
Being an industrial technological partner means supporting the customer to find the best production solution and the best relationship between functionality, aesthetics and final cost, guaranteeing SPEED, QUALITY and above all CONFIDENTIALITY. The only way to obtain this result is to have in the production department, plants, materials and transversal skills in different technologies.
Allows to realize directly metal prototypes in Titanium, Cobalt Chrome, Alluminium and more. Ready to be tested or used as definitive parts.
Allows the production of models with high performance materials such as AlluSinter, CarbonSinter with high performance.
Allows to create models already in the definitive chosen plastic material: ABS, PC, PPSF, Ultem, PC-ABS... We can create very big size monolithic models.
Allows to create models in various plastic materials and rubbers of different hardness. Offers many different possibilities like co-printing.
The PA6 material is a polyamide widely used in all those applications where the components are subject to wear or friction; it guarantees excellent results both used for prototype purposes and for the production of small batches and pre-productions. Compared to PA12, it has superior mechanical properties and greater resistance both at room temperature and at high temperatures.
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Aluminium HTA is a new material that Zare has developed and parameterised in the company's Research and Development Centre.
The material is part of the Aluminium-Copper system and has been developed specifically for high temperature applications.
It withstands temperatures up to 200°C without any deterioration in the physical and mechanical properties, thus guaranteeing consistent results and reliability. [ Details ]
WORKING AND FINISHING TO ENHANCE THE ADDITIVE PRODUCTION
Our first 5 Axis GF Mikron MILL P500 U CNC machining center with robotized island allow designers to have a minimized supply chain but, above all, to design components that are the result of the integration of a single cognitive and productive process.
Every day the designers choose additive manufacturing to make otherwise impossible shapes. Each day they recognize in these technologies a significant source of opportunities and advantages for specific uses for which traditional processing are less suitable.
We relate with designers who have sensed that the additive manufacturing industry makes real the promise of being able to produce lighter and more performing components while maintaining the same performance of the pieces obtained with traditional production methods.
Time is proving that additive and subtractive are not in competition but, on the contrary, represent two highly compatible and complementary production visions, capable of helping to satisfy the demand for light components and products and increasingly complex geometries. The flexibility of 3D printing and the CNC processes allow to bring to market more efficient products, made more efficiently and faster.
Considering them in the same way as two disconnected methodologies limts the engineering possibilities and, above all, prevents us from grasping how their integration can give life to a SINGLE, SEQUENTIAL, FAST and SECRET production process.
THIRTEEN industrial plants for the metal sintering
A company working in the field of INDUSTRIAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF METALS must guarantee:
- quick lead times;
- high quality ;
In regard to this, we believe that our 50-year long history in the field of precision mechanics helped us achieving high standards; also, we have developed a special sensitiveness towards what we are manufacturing: the technology may be different, but the raw material didn’t change, and our accuracy when dealing with dimensional tolerances and SURFACE FINISHING didn’t change either.
SINTERING A METAL is so much more than just printing a file.
Both the model and the way the material is distributed must be re-engineered for SLM: metal sintering machines still have small BUILDING CHAMBERS and the re-engineering process allows to make the best use of them minimizing COSTS and lead TIMES without affecting quality.
Once the process for manufacturing the object using ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is outlined, it becomes clear that this technology allows to create products and models characterized by a great complexity and offers great advantages in terms of WEIGHT and PRODUCTION TIME REDUCTION.
As for the biomedical field, rapid prototyping and metal sintering are the jewels in the crown of a versatile technology that can concretely make life better.