Net-Shape Manufacturing
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4 companies for "Net-Shape Manufacturing"

Thunderbird Metals's Logo

Elk Grove Village, United States

501-1000 Employees


Our promise of end-to-end quality and attention to detail is assured by the ongoing, actively managed growth and advancement of our manufacturing operations within the Thunderbird formation of progressive supply chain companies. Thunderbird Metals is a leading U.S.-based aluminum and steel impact extrusion contract manufacturer. Our experienced teams quickly produce near-net shapes, custom-engineered to our customers' specifications, allowing tight-tolerance finished parts to be completed faster. Our process reduces raw material costs, minimizes machining times, and maximizes strength and performance. We offer end-to-end solutions, from engineering and design, tool and die, manufacturing, and secondary finishing services that streamline your operations.



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Engineers ensure our impact extrusions achieve near-net shapes

... Near-net-shape manufacturing ...

Brooks Forgings Ltd's Logo

Sandwell, United Kingdom

51-100 Employees


Please call us now on +44 (0)1384 563356. Brooks Forgings Limited, established in 1960, is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of forged, machined, and fabricated components. From conceptual drawings and original samples to finished components, Brooks Forgings has expanded through diversification and invested in over two dozen manufacturing processes. When combined with the latest industry recognised quality standards it gives us a competitive edge in the UK. Our manufacturing diversification enables us to supply many sectors all over the globe including Rail, Civil Engineering, Petrochemical, Power Generation, Offshore & Buoyancy, Mining & Excavation, Defence, Naval & Marine, Leisure, and Agriculture.



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Forged Near Net Shapes | Brooks Forgings

... Closed die upset forging and drop forging are used in our near net shape manufacturing process. ...

Meticuly's Logo

Bangkok, Thailand

11-50 Employees


We design medical implants with the aid of AI-assisted engines and meticulously manufacture using 3D printing technology. With Meticuly, you no longer need to do intraoperative modification and mold your implants by hand. We design your desired implants using patient’s CT scans and AI deep learning algorithm. Once finalized, we 3D print personalized implants that meet EN ISO 13485:2016 standard and fit patients perfectly. Our team of specialists collaborates with you from the moment you decide to work with us.



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Meticuly - meticulously crafted bones for better lives

... Webinar: Novel titanium alloys and their near-net-shape manufacturing techniques for biomedical ...

Manufacturing Technology Centre's Logo

Liverpool, United Kingdom


The Membership model is built around two types of organisation and seeks to address their different needs:. These are organisations with manufacturing challenges to solve. They usually cover the cost of Membership with cash. Members use cash fees to commission their own fully-funded manufacturing research projects, and to engage with our Core Research Programme (CRP)*. These are organisations with products or services that are relevant to the manufacturing challenges that MTCs customers are seeking to address.



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MTC | Home | Transforming Industry for a Sustainable World

... Near Net Shape Manufacturing of Internal Cooling Channels in a Copper ...

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„Net-Shape Manufacturing“

Net-Shape Manufacturing is a manufacturing process that produces a finished product with minimal or no post-processing. It typically involves using advanced technologies such as powder metallurgy, injection molding, and 3D printing to produce components to predetermined specifications. The parts produced have a high degree of accuracy and uniformity and are often made to very tight tolerances. Net-Shape Manufacturing is often used for the creation of complex parts or components that would be difficult to produce using traditional processes.