WAM® is a disruptive 3D additive manufacturing process to printing metal components of any size, but is advantageous for medium and large-scale components and structures that require strength and stability.
Shandong Leishi Intelligent Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is located in Jinan High-tech Development Zone. The company is a technology-based enterprise with independent intellectual property rights and core technologies.
Prima Additive is a dynamic division of Prima Industrie developing, manufacturing, selling and distributing industrial metal Additive Manufacturing systems worldwide.
Benefiting from Prima Industrie’s longstanding experience on laser machinery and services, Prima Additive provides strong support to its customers, developing innovative applications driven by the recent needs and demands in the main industrial sectors (i.e. aerospace, automotive, energy) where Additive Manufacturing is dynamically evolving.
Prima Additive covers the two main laser-based AM technologies (Powder Bed Fusion & Laser Metal Deposition) and has strong partnerships with strategic actors (Joint ventures with technology providers, Universities and Competences centres).
Prima Additive has a customer-oriented approach that includes services, tailored to each customer’s diverse needs offering advanced training, consulting, technical service, process optimisation, machinery status, monitoring and analysis, application development and certification, adopting Industry 4.0 developments to realise the smart Additive Manufacturing factory of the future.
Zhongke Raycham is specialized in research and manufacture of laser enhanced manufacturing equipment (3D printers), intelligent laser welding equipment, automatic production line, core devices and metal powder materials.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed a unique dot forming technology that realizes high-precision shaping by combining laser, computer numerical control (CNC) and computer aided manufacturing CAM technologies in 3D printers. The technology produces high-quality three-dimensional (3D) parts with few voids at high speed, employing a laser wire directed-energy deposition (DED) method, which is an additive-manufacturing process that uses focused thermal energy to fuse materials as they are deposited.
SBI was founded with strong aspiration to develop high tech quality products.
Its business ranges from thickness gauges for plastic foils and plates to plasma power sources and automated plasma welding systems.
Since 2009 SBI is also busy as supplier for additive manufacturing key equipment. Since 2019 the product range also comprises AM-systems based on Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (DED).
Additec offers complete systems, as well as an easy to integrate module for Laser Metal Deposition. Our unique deposition head can process wire and powder unidirectionally with our LMD-WP process and comes as standard with closed loop control for high reliability.
MELD Manufacturing holds more than a dozen patents for the MELD technology, a truly novel and innovative process for metal manufacturing. Traditional processes melt metal, introducing weakness and other issues. MELD makes the material malleable without melting, offering stronger, better quality parts.
We develop high-speed, multi-metal additive manufacturing systems that print production quality parts, in almost any metal, at a fraction of the cost of other systems. Our solutions boost efficiency and enable customers to quickly produce new products that push the limits of design.
PROGEMEC è fondata all’inizio del 2011 da due giovani ingegneri meccanici, a seguito dell’analisi delle realtà produttive presenti sul territorio della Provincia di Frosinone e della Regione Lazio e dello studio delle loro caratteristiche ed esigenze intrinseche, con lo scopo di offrire un servizio qualificato di analisi e consulenze in ambito ingegneristico. L’azienda nasce con capitale esclusivamente privato ed ha beneficiato, negli anni scorsi, di contributi pubblici volti a favorire la crescita dell’impresa anche su mercati internazionali.
Founded as a metal hybrid manufacturing service supplier, 3D Hybrid Solutions’ goal is to apply advanced metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology to ground-breaking applications. 3D Hybrid Solutions has three unique metal AM tools for CNC machines. Utilizing three methods of directed energy; electrical, optical and kinetic, we can handle almost any metal AM application and alloy.
"We make small champions" is the motto of the Scansonic Group, to which the company GEFERTEC has been a member since its founding in 2015.
The Scansonic Group has set itself the goal of making small, technological leaders successful in their global markets. And that proves GEFERTEC today, only two years after its founding!
Titomic is an Australian additive manufacturing specialist established to help companies leverage advanced materials and a new proprietary Kinetic Fusion process to produce stronger and faster products at scale.
Until recently, titanium has been regarded as ultra-high performance, but expensive and inefficient to process. Our new rapid deposition capability strikes the perfect balance between performance and efficiency, opening new markets and applications to lower existing titanium costs or upgrade legacy materials with titanium performance.
Yamazaki Mazak was established in 1919 and has been contributing to the development of the machine tool industry as a leading global company. Yamazaki Mazak manufactures not only advanced machine tools such as multi-tasking centers, CNC turning centers, machining centers and laser processing machines but also automation systems with the concept of DONE IN ONE to support global manufacturing by providing exceptional productivity and versatility. We will continue to develop advanced machine tools for progress in manufacturing as well as society.
The Mk1 Experimental represents a revolutionary advance in 3D printing — bringing to life new possibilities for metal additive manufacturing. Centered on our patent pending MagnetoJet technology, the Mk1 propels liquefied metal from a 1200°C chamber encased in an electromagnetic field through print nozzles similar to an inkjet printer – allowing full control of the Earth’s most abundant metal, Aluminum. Its reliance on wire feedstock rather than powders allows the Mk1 to offer significantly reduced operating expenses and dramatically reduced time for near net shape parts. This remarkable step in technology is delivered through a state of the art touchscreen user interface, with access to all process parameters – ideal for research and development applications