Metal 3D printing service
Upload your CAD files, receive an instant metal 3D printing with the Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) or Selective Laser Melting (SLM) quote and get your parts into production in less than 5 minutes.
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Functional Parts • Complex Geometries• Lead-Time from 7 days
Our Metal 3D printing service
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) or Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is an industrial metal 3D printing process that builds fully functional metal prototypes and production parts in 7 days or less. A range of metals produce final parts that can be used for end-use applications.
Upload your CAD file for a free quote and manufacturability review and get your parts into production in less than 5 minutes.
Maximum build size (mm)
Standard lead time (in working days)
Dimensional accuracy (mm)
± 0.20 mm or 0.20 %
Minimum Wall Thickness (mm)
18Ni300 · MS1
This kind of steel is characterized by having very good mechanical properties, and being easily heattreatable using a simple thermal age-hardening process to obtain excellent hardness and strength.
Ti6Al4V · TC4
Titanium components exhibit a homogeneous, nearly poreless texture, whereby the mechanical characteristic values lie within the range of the material specifications.
Characterized by its combination of strength, hardness, and corrosion resistance, 17-4 PH is a stainless steel ideal for a variety of applications—including tooling, molds, and production parts. In its as-sintered state, 17-4 PH material properties consistently meet industry standards.
Heat and corrosion resistant nickel alloy powder which has been optimized especially for DMLS 3D Printing
Metal super-alloy with excellent tensile, fatigue, creep, and rupture strength, ideal for high-temperature applications.
CoCrMoW · SP2
Parts built from EOS CobaltChrome MP1 conform to the chemical composition UNS R31538 of high carbon CoCrMo alloy. They are nickel-free (< 0.1 % nickel content) and are characterized by a fine, uniform crystal grain structure.
Bronze(Cu90Sn10) material is a popular choice in the jewelry and art sectors due to its excellent polishability and visual similarity to precious metals.
Aluminum alloy is the most widely used class of non-ferrous metal structure materials in the industry. Low density but relatively high strength which is close to or beyond high-quality steel and good plastic. With excellent electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance, this aluminum alloy can be processed into various profiles which makes it the industry’s widely used material.
316L steel is a stainless steel material with excellent corrosion resistance and processing hardening properties.
18Ni300 is a martensite aging steel that has ultra-low carbon content, high strength, good toughness, excellent weldability, and thermoplasticity.
CX steel is a good corrosion resistance material that heat treatment will not affect too much on manufactured parts.
Our Metal 3D Printing manufacturing standards
We manufacture your parts according to strict manufacturing standards. A verification of these requirements is included in our inspection report that is shipped with every order.
A dimensional accuracy ± 0.20 % with a lower limit of ± 0.20 mm
Consistent surface finish with no bumps or delamination.
Post processing for Metal 3D Printing
Standard (no additional post-processing)
Expect roughness values of 200 to 400 µin Ra (0.005 to 0.010mm Ra), depending on material and resolution. Support structures are removed and layer lines are visible.
Features Add-Ons Post processing for DMLS/SLM
We offer brushed surfaces in a range of grits and polished mirror finishes. Be sure to indicate if the custom surface finish is for functional or aesthetic purposes so we can best consult you on our custom options.
Additional post processes can be applied to improve the appearance or mechanical properties of parts produced with DMLS/SLM.
See Full add-ons post processing and surface finishing work.
Add-ons post processing for the Metal Printing
Contact us for add-on post-processing service via live-chat on the dashboard
Ideal Metal 3D Printing applications
Our in-house manufacturing experts recommend using DMLS/SLM for the following use cases.
Metal 3D Printing is ideal for fabricating functional prototypes from durable, chemically resistant engineering thermoplastics.
Appearance: Smooth surface
Quantity: 1-5 parts
Metal 3D Printing is cost-competitive to CNC Production for low-volume manufacturing of end-use plastics parts for quantities up to 300 units.
Appearance: Same as Metal
Quantity: 10-300 parts
For businesses of all sizes
Get in touch with our team to access these services:
Add Royalforged3D as a vendor
Material certifications, data sheets test reports and full dimensional reports,
Urethane casting and part marking
Sample verification program.
Dedicated account manager (PIC)
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