Systems & Services for EB Welding, Laser in Vacuum Welding & Additive Manufacturing in Vacuum

Powder Bed Fusion

Powder Bed Fusion - Principle / Courtesy of Researchgate

Based on Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), an energy source melts defined structures into a powder layer that solidifies immediately.

 

After finishing one layer a fresh powder layer is applied and selectively melted.

 

 

Laser or electron beam can serve as energy source.


For a laser beam, it is beneficial to work in a vacuum to improve metallurgical properties of the final structure.


Application:

Comparatively small workpieces with complex internal and external structures



Available System:

  • SLaVAM - powder bed
    Selective Laser in Vacuum Additive Manufacturing
    Deposition rate: 50 - 150 cm³/h

Systems & Options

Different technologies in vacuum for optimized additive manufacturing

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