Design for Additive Manufacturing means to design for manufacturing with 3D printers. Different from conventional manufacturing, additive design enables engineers to build more complex shapes and components while reducing weight and material use.
We assist manufacturers in identifying opportunities, and applying Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) design technologies. We provide the experience and guidance necessary for smooth implementation of new products or conversion of existing ones. Think of us as Application Specialists for Additive Manufacturing.
Aerospace → Light weight components – Low Volume Production
Automotive → Under hood brackets with Integrated Features
Automation → Brackets – Nests – Specialized Components
Casting → 3D Printed Cores
Machining → Custom Soft Jaws – Jigs & Fixtures
Mold Making → Conformal Cooling for Core and Cavity Inserts
Orthotics & Prosthetics → Customized Fit for Every Patient
Plastics → Production Volumes to 100,000 Annually
Injection Molding → End of Arm Tools for Pick & Place with Integrated Vacuum Lines
Speed to market
Part Identification / Serialization
Elimination of Fasteners
Utilize our design talent and expertise while you remain focused on your core competency.
Let us help you out maneuver your competition by creating intellectual property that only you have the right to manufacture. It’s time! Begin using DfAM (Design for Additive Manufacturing) principals before your competition does. Do not miss this opportunity!
” The support, quality and professionalism I received from Interlink Engineering completely exceeded my expectations. What I appreciated most about Interlink Engineering was their ability to begin the design where the “rubber meets the road”. In doing this, InterLink was able to address the most critical concerns first, avoiding any surprises later in the design. I would highly recommend Interlink Engineering to anyone requiring their services. The customer service, quality, and professionalism I experienced from Interlink Engineering were exceptional.”
Tony DeSylvester Manufacturing Engineer, Goodrich Interiors