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About FORG3D

At FORG3D, we are embarking on a mission to transform the realm of large-scale metal additive manufacturing, surpassing the limitations of traditional forgings. By employing advanced Direct Energy Deposition (DED) and Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) technologies, we present a world of limitless opportunities for our customers.

Enter a domain where size is no obstacle. Our cutting-edge process enables us to print vast metal structures in a variety of materials, including low alloy stainless steel, Inconel, Aluminium, and Titanium, with our selection constantly expanding.

Beyond offering a compelling alternative to conventional casting and forging methods, we are dedicated to investigating the untapped potential of hybrid manufacturing. By blending the finest attributes of 3D printing and forging, we strive to unleash the full potential of these technologies in tandem.

The FORG3D Edge:

  1. Swift Turnaround: Say farewell to the lengthy lead times of months or even years. Our WAAM process rapidly delivers near-net shapes, ensuring you stay ahead of the competition.
  2. Unparalleled Supply Chain Versatility: Gain access to hard-to-source components, such as large Titanium or Inconel parts, with ease.
  3. Eco-Conscious Impact: Our process can reduce the carbon footprint by up to 50% compared to traditional forging. With lower energy inputs, near-net shapes for minimised waste, and pioneering recycling processes, we’re devoted to a greener future.
  4. Repair In Place: At FORG3D, we acknowledge the crucial role that spares and repairs play in industry and how WAAM can help solve these challenges. Our technology offers an outstanding solution for remote locations and extreme environments where conventional methods may fall short.
  5. Embrace Your Ingenuity: Discover newfound design freedom with 3D printing. Optimise existing or legacy parts for decreased weight, efficient material usage, or augmented strength.

Join us on our quest to reshape the landscape of metal additive manufacturing and unlock infinite possibilities for innovation!

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Benefits of WAAM Technology


WAAM has a lower material cost compared to powder-based additive manufacturing techniques, as it uses wire feedstock, which is more economical and easier to handle.

Material Flexibility

The technique can process a wide range of metallic materials, including steel, aluminum, titanium, and their alloys.


WAAM can produce large-scale parts, limited only by the size of the robotic arm or gantry system.

High Deposition Rate

The process allows for rapid deposition of material, leading to shorter build times compared to other additive manufacturing techniques.