This is the technology that allows you to make objects, already assembled and customize, appear out of nothing just like a wizard with his magic wand.

This is the technology that allows you to make objects, already assembled and customized, appear out of nothing just like a wizard with his magic wand.

Read this article to find out about ‘magic wand’ which will reduce the production costs of each component by 67%.

No, this article does not contain magic tricks, or the secrets of Merlin, to make all the objects of your desire appear.

It talks about a technology, which you must immediately grasp, if you are operating in the mechanical sector and want to produce exclusive components, and make your production 5 times faster.

Let’s start with ABC

What do I mean by an “assembled component”?

What you see here below in the photo is a T-shirt in steel, like the armour used by Medieval knights to protect themselves in battle.

The manufacturer of arms, used chain mail to produce the various parts that made up the armour of the knight.

Today this article is used only as decoration on armor exhibited in old castles to impress visitors, but once it was a very precious item, which for knights, meant the difference between life and death.

Imagine having to produce a steel chain mail using traditional productive systems:

First of all, you have to make a ring, then another and another and so on…

Finally you have to assemble each single ring before producing the finished chain mail.

How much time does it take?

Imagine then, having a technology that allows you to produce an entire chain mail, already assembled, by constructing each ring one inside the other, as you can see in the photo, in one single go.

This is why I said there is a way to save time.

A lot of time.

If you also own the “magic wand” for your specific needs, the one I will speak about presently, production time will be 5 times faster than all the other “magic wands” on the market.

I know you are not producing chain mail for knights, but think about how many other components you could make in one go, already assembled and ready for use.

Components that, you would be forced to construct one at a time if produced using your ancestors’ method.

The components produced “already assembled” are technically called, impossible geometrics.

Creating impossible geometrics means producing  chain mail, not by making each ring singly, but constructing them already assembled, and inserted one into the other.

Another example of impossible geometrics are  Matryoshka dolls.

Matryoshka dolls are Russian dolls which are placed one inside the other.

Producing these dolls with traditional methods means spending several days to produce each single doll.

Add to this the time spent inserting one inside the other.

With the magical technology, which I will explain presently, you could produce objects which contain other objects inside.

An incredible idea, isn’t it?

You can also produce those decorative bottles with a ship inside ,r snow globes.

The magic doesn’t end there…

You can produce hollow objects without having to create the hollow subsequently.

Do you want to produce a cube with an internal cavity?

You could do that too!

While you are imagining and fantasizing on how you could revolutionize and improve your production with this “magic wand”, and before I reveal what it is and where to find it, I want to talk about another incredible trick that will make your production singular in its kind!

Singularity is the second most important benefit that this technology can give you. 

What actions would you have to carry out if your customer should ask you to produce 10 components, each with different characteristics?  10 unique components?

One of my customers, to satisfy an unusual passion, asked me to produce 10 steel miniature models of the 10 most famous cities in the world: the Eiffel tower, the English Parliament, Sydney Opera House, The Statue of Liberty, the Chinese Wall, etc.

If I had not had my “magic wand”, specified for steel components, I would  not have been able to satisfy him, or I could have satisfied him but taking a lifetime just to produce one model.

Now, most probably, when a customer comes to you asking for unique and customized components, you cannot satisfy his request.

Unless you spend a lot of time and a load of money to produce what he wants.

So what is the magic wand which allows you to produce impossible geometrics and unique and customized components, which, not only reduces costs and production time, but will the envy of all your competitors?

The magical technology I am talking about is: 3D printing.

With this magical technology you can produce geometrics, which before now, had been impossible, and produce unique and customized components.

This means that:

  • You save time;
  • You reduce production costs, because you need less material to construct the component;
  • You don’t need screws to assemble pieces and complete the component;
  • You can get rid of suppliers who are expensive and late in delivering the material needed to make the component;
  • You need only one code to produce the whole component;
  • You only need one material: metal-based powder!
  • You produce lightweight components which are not back-breaking for your operators and which will be easy to work and transport;
  • You can exploit the lightness of your components on kinematic mechanisms;

“But are components which have an inside cavity stable and resistant? And if they are lightweight, won’t they break easily?”

The doubt that a hollow component could be more fragile than a filled object, is understandable.

Our cube produced with a 3D printer is not hollow inside and has no porosity to render it instable.

The inside of the cube is similar to a honeycomb or to Emmentaler cheese!

The honeycomb structure allows the component, not only to be lightweight, but also resistant.

Boeing produces aeroplane components with 3D printing.  Aeroplanes must be lightweight and resistant enough to cope with the change in pressure due to the variations in altitude of a plane in flight.

Lightness of weight is the very quality which is necessary to produce components which will make up kinematic mechanisms.

Dassault Falcon, a company manufacturing private jets, produces its components with 3D printing precisely because, like military helicopters, they need lightweight components  which are solid and resistant, aerodynamic and kinematic.

Rotating extensions which produce that wildly fast movement in amusement park rides need lightweight and solid components.

Producing parts for helicopter gunships, and removing even only 100 grams of weight in each component, means saving a mountain of money because you can use a less powerful engine and therefore less fuel.

What is the magic trick which makes each component lighter but super resistant?

The laser melts the powder base while  solidifying each grain, tempers the material directly and makes it even more resistant than the original material of the powder!

Tempers? To simplify the terminology..

Tempering the material is a process  which has the aim of hardening the metal.

During this process the material is first heated at very high temperatures and quickly cooled immediately after.

Instant cooling forms a martensite on the metal, which gives the component  its  quality of resistance.

As well as this marvel of physics, 3D printing offers another advantage with respect to traditional methods of production:

Topology optimization of each single piece.

Topology optimization is a mathematical approach which optimizes material layout within a given space to render the component lighter and more resistant.

To prove the resistance of components produced by 3D printing we have the example of NASA, which, thanks to this magical technology, has produced both the parts of its missiles Atlas B as well as the 100 components of the Orion capsule, the vehicle which transported astronauts into the Moon’s orbit.

Sometimes uniqueness and resistance are both the fundamental characteristics which should be present in a component.

When you find yourself at the mercy of the dentist’s tools, trying to forget the pain and the noise of the drill, think that in dentistry,  additive manufacturing is exploited to produce dentures, dental prosthesis, dental arches and pre-operational surgical guides.

Dentures in fact must have three basic characteristics:

  • Lightness:
  • Resistance;
  • Uniqueness;

Which of your components needs these qualities?

I am sure that you have already reached the logical deduction of this article:

If you continue to use the productive systems of the Stone Age, your production could become extinct just like the dinosaurs and not only that …

While your competitors are keeping up with the times, using a 3D printer, you will lose money in production costs, which will be increasingly unsustainable, and time in assembling your components one by one!

The solution: You only need a 3D printer to produce impossible geometrics and singular components.

OK, but you must also be aware that there are magic wands and magic wands= 3D printers and 3D printers.

Harry Potter’s magic wand has more advantages and is more powerful than the wand of any other inexperienced  wizard of Hogwarts.

That is why you mustn’t rely on any standard printer  which allows you to produce components with any material.

You must aim for 3D printers which are specific for one material only. Why?

It is just like having a higher regard and paying a cardiologist more than your general practitioner, who knows a bit of everything, but nothing in depth;

in the same way, investing in a 3D printer specific for a type of material, you are sure of putting yourself in the hands of experts of the sector who know their material backwards.

Do you want any magic wand which can do any magic, but is not so powerful

or do you want the wand of Harry Potter, the most powerful wizard in the world, specific for the components you need to produce?

If you want to produce components which are more:

  • Lightweight;
  • Resistant;
  • Unique;

speeding up production, and cutting costs of production and supplier, then you have only one choice: a specialized 3D printer will be the ace up the sleeve of your company.

Moreover, if you want your unique and customized components to be made at a speed 5 times faster than standard 3D printers, cutting production costs by 6%, the only solution which will fully meet your needs is the 3D printer specific for steel of 3D4STEEL,

The only 3D printer specialized in the use of steel-based powders.

Yes, that’s right, the only one in the world!

The only 3D printer for steel that allows you to produce 5 times faster than all other standard printers.


Because it is the only 3D printer which has a system for distribution of powder on the printing plate especially designed for steel.

This distribution process is a special patented system, which no other company possesses or can use!

“But other 3D printers also say that they have production times which are faster than all others!”

Other manufacturers play on the fact that there is little knowledge about how 3D printers for metals work.

Moreover, patents have recently expired and the colossals of the sector have done their best to make information confusing.

As the famous Neapolitan saying goes: every cockroach is beautiful in the eyes of its mother.

Producers often resort to the use of more laser heads to work faster, but research has confirmed that, in the area where the two laser beams cross each other, there is a lot of uncertainty about the solidity of the finished component.

These areas are in fact called “critical points” or “points of potential breakage”.

Therefore, your approach should be:

Which system is more correct to increase speed of production without compromising the solidity of the component.

The method that standard 3D printers use to speed up production  which could compromise the solidity of your components.

I will try to explain what I said above, by using a culinary metaphor:

The other standard 3D printers use two or more laser heads to reduce production time.

Imagine a cake on a plate which is being decorated, by several cooks, with custard from a chef’s pastry bag.

The pastry bag represents the laser heads

The cake is the powder which will make up your component.

What happens if you squeeze the custard from several pastry bags?

You will be faster in decorating your cake, as you will be faster in producing our components.

But the custard does not have the power of a laser.

At the point where two or more laser beams cross or hit the powder on the printer plate, you cannot be sure that the spheres of metal will melt:

  • In the same way;
  • Too much;
  • Too little;

This uncertainty could cost you the production of your components, which you think are resistant, but which, in reality hide structural fragility, which could damage the machinery on which you will install them.

It is even more serious is if you use these components, as fragile as sand castles but apparently resistant, on kinematic mechanisms.

If an amusement park installs components, produced with this dangerous method of fusion, on an extension of a ride which shoots children high up into the air, thinking they have used solidly structured components, a tragedy worse than a horror film could occur.

That is why the printer 3D4STEEL, uses only one laser head of 300W which allows you to obtain a 99% structural density.

This is an added advantage of the innovative, unique and patented system, of the printer 3D4STEEL to distribute the metal-based powder and speed up production by 5 times faster than standard printers.

3 reasons to burn into your brain in 3D, for which you must not trust your production to standard 3D printers:

    • They are not designed specifically for the use of one material and cannot solve all the needs you could come across, in the 3D production of your components;
    • They use several laser heads to speed up production, which will compromise the solidity of your components:
    • You cannot be certain of the solidity and structural resistance of your finished components;

    To risk spending important capital on a standard 3D printer, which does not ensure the solidity of your components, is not only a waste of money and time, but it compromises security and the reputation of your company, when one of these apparently super solid components, breaks.

    In truth there is a fourth fundamental reason which should keep you away from salesmen of standard 3D printers, as you would keep away from the plague:

    Once the 3D printer is installed in your company, these standard salesmen leave taking all your money and without worrying at all about how you will use the machinery, about how you will “tame the wild beast”.

    Using a 3D printer is certainly not like making photocopies on your household photocopier!

    You need:

    • Specialized technical staff who know how to modify the designs of your components in CAD, to adapt them to additive manufacturing;
    • Detailed analysis which accurately tells you which is the best way to position your components on the printer plate, so as to optimize the production time to the best;
    • Technical and data knowledge which tells you which components are worth printing in 3D and why;
    • Detailed and economic reports on the cost of production of each single component

    Nobody guarantees this kind of professional backup!

What use is 3D printer in your company if you don’t know how to use it or how  to produce the components you need?

What sense is there in investing in this magical technology if you can’t exploit its advantages to the best?

Nobody gives you correct training or is available to monitor the production of your components when you are in the beginning stages.

This is why I have decided to satisfy this need with the system 3D4YOU.

Literally 3D for you!

3D4YOU is the first path of customized analysis which:

Provides you with a complete and detailed analysis of the costs in time and money to produce the components you need without even buying a printer!

  • Analyses and focuses on the components you need and tells you if you really need a 3D printer<,
  • Produces and delivers a sample of the component you want to produce in 3D, so that you can physically touch with your hand and see the finished product from our blue steel bear;
  • Answers all your doubts!

I will never leave you in the lurch!

I want you to be able to exploit to the maximum the 3D4STEEL which you will buy!

Even Harry Potter had to go to school to learn how to use his magic wand, and so you must too, to become an expert and not be waylaid by salesmen of standard 3D printers who give you vague information and try to sell you a printer which will not meet your requirements.

Unfortunately Hogwarts school has a limited number of access and so too has our path of customized analyses of 3D4YOU.

In order to provide a  customized analysis and look after your specific needs, we must dedicate time to you. We cannot do this if we were to take on all the companies who want write to us.

We can dedicate this customized service only to four companies a month.

Each of these companies will be specially monitored in a  and totally customized way. Your company could be one of these!

This is why you must hurry and click on this button

Fill in the form for information request to be contacted by our specialized technician.

The more you wait the more other competitors will find out about this singular special service.

Singular because we are literally the only company which uses this special approach to 3D printers for metals.

There really is no other way, unless you buy a 3D printer for steel, how much it would cost you to:

  • Print the exact component you want;
  • Which is its most ideal position on the printer plate to achieve the best rapport between time and production costs;
  • What is the final result once the component has been printed;

Without having access to the training path of 3D4YOU!

Many companies are filling in the form and the waiting list is beginning to grow: only 4 companies a month will have the fortune to be able to use this special programme;

This company could be yours”!

Ad Maiora!

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Ivano Corsini

Fondatore e CEO di 3D4MEC Srl
Creatore di CorSystem - Stampa 3D Superveloce per la meccanica

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