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Addaero Manufacturing Adds Arcam Q20 Plus to Support Growing Demand in AM for Production

  Addaero Manufacturing is pleased to announce that it has completed the installation of the next generation Q20 Plus electron beam melting (EBM) machine from Arcam. The Q20 Plus is a complimentary version of the A2X currently being used by Addaero to build metal parts additively. It was designed specifically for the efficient production of aerospace components and boasts a larger build area to accommodate a wide variety of components.

q20plus-machine-on-greyv2The additional machine further solidifies Addaero as a leader in EBM additive manufacturing and expands their capacity to support growing demand for production runs of additively manufactured aerospace components. Addaero is committed to investing in and utilizing the most current additive manufacturing technology to provide customers the highest level of quality and efficiency. The company provides components to a variety of markets including aerospace, marine, medical and industrial components.

According to Rich Merlino, President of Addaero “By having both the A2X and the Q20 Plus we are able to fit the right machine to the job and ensure customers receive exactly what they require, in the most efficient manner possible.” Over the coming weeks the system will be tested and run through a series of qualifications to ensure the equipment is production ready.

About Addaero Manufacturing

Addaero Manufacturing, founded in 2013 and operational in 2015 with headquarters in New Britain, CT, is a world leader in additive manufacturing for mission critical applications. In 2015 the company was certified to the AS9100/ISO 9000 standard for quality systems and compliant to ITAR regulations, which allows Addaero to support military and defense-related projects in the United States. Addaero Manufacturing is committed to providing the highest quality components that are fabricated via additive manufacturing. Services include: rapid prototyping, serial production, tooling development for manufacturing, reverse engineering out of production or difficult to procure parts, and the development of new materials for the ARCAM Electron Beam Melting process. More information is available on Addaero’s full range of services on their website www.addaero-mfg.com or by contacting a sales representative at +1-860-259- 6346.

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