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Metal 3D Printing

Advanced 3D Printing Technology

We provide 3D printing service in technologies like FDM, SLS,SLA , MJM, MJF, PolyJet, DMLS, SLM etc.

On Time Project Delivery

on time project delivery

With locations in all over Australia we can assure lightning fast delivery.

Australia Wide Expandation

Australia wide expandation

Zeal 3D is present in
Victoria, NSW, Western Australia,
Queensland and Tasmania.

Experienced Engineers

Team of expert engineers with more than 15 years of experience.


Elevate your metal fabrication projects with Zeal's Metal 3D Printing Service in Australia. With a passion for excellence, we offer a premium Metal 3D Printing Service that transforms concepts into tangible metal marvels. Our state-of-the-art technology, coupled with the expertise of our skilled professionals, ensures that your projects are realised with unparalleled precision and quality.

From intricate designs to robust end-use parts, our 3D metal printing capabilities cater to a diverse range of industries. The aerospace, automotive, and engineering sectors benefit from our commitment to pushing the boundaries of what's possible. As a leading name in the field, we take pride in producing outcomes that go above and beyond expectations. When you partner with us, you're not just accessing a service – you're engaging in a journey of innovation and craftsmanship. Discover the future of metal manufacturing with our Metal 3D Printing Service in Melbourne.

Additive metal printing is the printing of CAD designs in 3D, bearing complex geometries, composite lattice structures, and conformal cooling channels. The advantages of 3D printing metal parts are –

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  • Precision and accuracy that is absent in traditional manufacturing methods.
  • 3D metal printing costs are lesser in terms of time and money.
  • High tolerance properties.
  • Wide range of industrial applications including aerospace, automotive, and healthcare.

There are many 3D printing service providers in Australia that offer solutions in additive layer technology.

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Metal 3D Printed Parts


Titanium materials


Titanium is the strongest and lightest material currently being used in 3D printing. Its non-toxicity, high strength, and resistance to corrosion make it ideal for medical implants.

MS1 Steel (DMLS) 3d Printing

MS1 Steel

Maraging Steel (MS1) is a steel powder that has superior strength and toughness. MS1 parts are easily machinable after the building process and can be easily post-hardened to more than 50 HRC.

NickelAlloy IN625 (DMLS) 3d Printing

Nickel Alloy IN625

This alloy has superior fatigue & thermal-fatigue properties combined with excellent corrosion resistance. Its applications include turbine engine parts, exhaust & fuel systems, marine applications.

NickelAlloy IN718 (DMLS) 3d Printing

Nickel Alloy IN718

Nickel Alloy 718 is a precipitation-hardenable nickel-chromium alloy. Its main characteristic features combine corrosion resistance and high strength with outstanding weldability, including resistance.

CobaltChrome (DMLS) 3d Printing

Cobalt Chrome

Cobalt-Chrome is a superalloy used in extreme environments, aerospace, and biomedical applications. This super alloy exhibits excellent strength, along with remarkable resistance to corrosion.

Brass 3D Printing


Brass is a material commonly used for 3D jewelry printing. It is also used for 3D print accessories and home decor. 3D printing Brass is a copper alloy containing 15% zinc, 5% tin, and 80% copper.

Bronze 3D Printing


Bronze is a copper-tin alloy with a deep red color, commonly used for 3D printing jewelry. It is also used for 3D print accessories and home decor. Bronze is capable of showcasing intricate details.



Copper has very high thermal and electrical conductivity. The most popular uses of copper include wires, cables, and parts of electronic items. Copper can also be employed in 3D printing for jewellery.

Silver 3D Printing


Sterling Silver (92.5% silver) is a high-quality silver alloy used in 3D printing for custom jewellery creation. It offers several finishing options & showcases intricate details & a professional, finished look.

Platinum 3D Printing


3D printing in jewellery can also be achieved using platinum. Platinum consists of 95% platinum and 5% Ruthenium.

Gold 14K 3d Printing

Gold 14K

14k Gold consists of 58% gold, 31% copper, 10% silver, and 1% zinc. Gold models used in 3D jewellery printing are printed in wax using high-resolution 3D printers.

Gold 18K 3d Printing

Gold 18K

18k Gold consists of 75% gold, 10% copper, and 15% silver. Gold models used in 3D jewelry printing are printed in wax using high-resolution 3D printers.

Stainless Steel 420

This alloy has excellent mechanical properties. It is ideally suited to withstand highly abrasive environments such as pump components, and parts for down-hole drilling and mining equipment.

Stainless Steel316L (DMLS) 3D Printing

Stainless Steel 316L

This alloy has low magnetic properties which makes it particularly useful for the food and medical industries. It acts as a natural antibacterial agent due to its copper content.

Aluminium (AlSi10Mg) 3d Printing

Aluminum (AlSi10Mg)

This alloy combines strength and thermal properties with low weight and flexible post-processing possibilities making it ideal for the automotive, aerospace, and automation industries.

Industries that use Metal 3D printing


Metal 3D printing offers several new potentials for automobile producers to produce cars quicker, better, and more efficiently than ever before by being able to meet their needs at each stage of that lifecycle. Some of the most common metals used in metal 3D printing are,

  • Aluminium
  • Stainless Steel
  • Titanium
  • Brass
  • Nickel Alloy


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Medical equipment designers may easily manufacture medical prototypes and end products due to the versatility of 3D printing in the health sector. Furthermore, the use of 3D printing in the medical industry enables designers to create devices with incredibly intricate internal structures or ones that are specifically adapted to a patient's anatomy, such as orthopedic and cranial implants, dental 3D printing for dental restoration, and external prosthetics. Some of the most common metals used in metal 3D printing are,

  • Copper-based Alloys
  • Titanium
  • Aluminium
  • Cobalt Chromium Alloy
  • Nickel Alloy
  • Stainless Steel


The military and defence sectors are undoubtedly getting increasingly popular with 3D printing, much like other industries. Designing for additive manufacturing is quicker and easier because it doesn't require specific tooling. One of the main reasons to employ metal 3D printing in the military industry is its ability to produce freeform, optimized goods. It suggests that a part's weight can be significantly reduced through additive manufacturing, saving money on materials and accelerating production. Some of the most common metals used in metal 3D printing are,

  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Titanium
  • Brass
  • Nickel Alloy


3D printing, which is frequently used for speedy prototyping and generating unique aeronautics models or replacement components, is being rapidly tested in many areas of the aerospace industry. Compared to conventional manufacturing techniques, aerospace product assembly times have been dramatically reduced because of 3D printing, which has simplified the design process and reduced resource waste. Some of the most common metals used in metal 3D printing are,

  • Titanium
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Copper
  • Cobalt Chrome
  • Titanium
  • Tungsten
  • Nickel-based Alloys


The mining sector is constantly expanding its use of additive manufacturing, or 3D printing techniques, to produce the desired end products for mining purposes. In addition to its general industrial applications, 3D printing for the mining industry has shown to be affordable, effective, and immensely time-saving. The mining industry, in particular, stands to benefit greatly from the adoption of 3D printing. Some of the most common metals used in metal 3D printing are,

  • Stainless Steel
  • Titanium
  • MS1 Steel
  • Nickel Alloy IN625
  • Nickel Alloy IN718
  • Cobalt Chrome

Accelerates The Product Release to The Market: Organisations can increase revenue by reducing the duration of the product development cycle with a swift and 3D metal printing procedure.

Lowering Production Costs: Manufacturing is expensive since it takes specialised workers, sophisticated equipment, and unique tooling to make parts efficiently. The utilization of metal 3D printing improves manufacturing flexibility and frees up more time to create parts that will produce revenue. These technologies assist businesses in making the most of their resources to make components more economically.

Boosts Manufacturing Workflows: Organisations will become more flexible and responsive with the aid of 3D printing metal components.
Organizations can shorten product timelines and save money, time, and labor between a CAD design and a working item by using a metal 3D printer.

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DMLS 3D Printing

Metal 3D Printing Technologies


In the most commonly used 3D metal printing or additive manufacturing process known as direct metal laser sintering (DMLS technology), each layer of an item is made by directing a laser at a powder bed at precise positions in space while being directed by a digitally generated CAD (computer-aided design) file. When you want to print a small number of industrial objects that would be challenging or impossible to construct due to hollow areas, undercuts, difficult angles, and other complications, DMLS printers are recommended.


Another prevalent technology for printing metal objects is Selective Laser Melting (SLM), which uses a powder bed printing process for 3D printing metal alloys. Layer by layer, the metallic powder is cast using SLM technology in a facility with an inert atmosphere. A laser used in the printing process completely melts the alloy powder particles that have been applied to the surface, joining it to the model's earlier layers.

Why Choose Zeal 3D for Metal 3D Printing

High-end Service Provider: Zeal 3D is a 3D engineering and advanced digital manufacturing service provider committed to consistently producing goods and customised services that meet client's needs and comply with legal regulations.

Manufacture At Any Scale: Zeal 3D helps manufacturers produce mining tools and equipment of any size or scale, ranging from 1 to 10,000 pieces, enabling high or low-volume production at the most affordable price.

Extensive Material Support: Zeal 3D uses more than 45 different materials to provide specialized 3D engineering services that are tailored to the demands and specifications of the client.

No MOQ Needed: If you require manufacturing services using materials that are not on the material list, our staff will make the necessary effort to obtain the supplies without requiring a minimum order quantity (MOQ).

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High-Quality Assurance: Zeal 3D takes great effort to assure quality assurance and consistently produces high-quality products with tight tolerances in order to achieve the highest degree of client satisfaction.

Australia Wide Fastest Delivery: Zeal 3D provides the quickest delivery options for 3D metal printing across Australia, including Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand.

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Metal 3d printing materials
DMLS 3D Printing

Cities Where We Provide Metal 3D Printing Services


Our Melbourne-based metal 3D printing service offers unparalleled precision, making us the preferred choice for industries seeking top-quality metal printing solutions. No matter the complexity, our team in Melbourne ensures swift delivery of your desired product.


With expertise in metal 3D printing, our Perth team excels in delivering flawless designs to clients. From intricate projects to large-scale manufacturing, our professionals in Perth guarantee impeccable results.


Industries seeking efficient and swift metal 3D printing solutions turn to our Brisbane experts. Renowned for their quick and effective execution, our team in Brisbane caters to various demands, ensuring client satisfaction.

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Our metal 3D printing experts in Sydney tackle even the most intricate projects with ease. From concept to creation, our Sydney team ensures rapid turnaround times and impeccable quality.


Our Adelaide-based metal 3D printing experts prioritise durability and premium finishes in every project. Whether it's a small-scale prototype or a large industrial component, our Adelaide team guarantees exceptional results.


For those in Canberra seeking expert advice and superior metal 3D printing, our qualified professionals are dedicated to delivering impeccable craftsmanship. Regardless of your project's scale or complexity, our Canberra team has you covered.


Our metal 3D printing services extend to Tasmania, offering top-tier solutions for various industries. From intricate designs to functional prototypes, our team in Tasmania ensures your metal printing needs are met with precision and excellence.

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Metal 3d printing is the next paradigm shift that is transforming manufacturing across multiple industries. This advancement offers several benefits that allow 3d printing companies to build high-performance products at a lower price. Be it automotive, manufacturing, or construction; metal additive manufacturing offers a wide range of applications.

The flexibility of creating complex geometries without compromising quality speeds up the turnaround time. Lately, drastic progress has been made in this technology, and 3d printers that have made it more practical and robust. In this guide, let's explore metal 3d printing technology in detail.

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