Toolcraft makes micro-components with high dimensional accuracy for a wide range of industries including motor sport.
Toolcraft makes micro-components with high dimensional accuracy for a wide range of industries including motor sport.
Toolcraft is using metal powders sourced from LPW Technology to make its 3D printed parts.
Toolcraft is using metal powders sourced from LPW Technology to make its 3D printed parts.

Toolcraft makes micro-components with high dimensional accuracy for a wide range of industries includingbiomedical, defence and motorsport. Many of the company’s customers are in the medical technology and aerospace sectors, which require the use of certified materials. For applications in these industries, a secure supply of certified powders and the ability to produce components to extremely precise specifications are important.

“LPW are ahead of other suppliers in terms of the way in which they analyse powders under the conditions needed to provide relevant data for AM,” said Christoph Hauck, MD of Toolcraft. “They also understand how to use these data to help us identify an optimised powder for a specific AM application.”

Besides the metal powders, LPW Technology is also delivering application support and analytical information to help manufacture.