Additive Manufacturing

NOV 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is the magazine devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing and digital layering technology. We cover the promise and the challenges of this technology for making functional tooling and end-use production parts.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE 36 NOVEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing BeAM is a pioneer in designing and producing industrial metal additive manufac- turing machines utilizing Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology. BeAM works closely with customers and business partners to develop and industrialize manufacturing and repair processes for real-world applications. We offer full support from feasibility assessments and pilot production to sales of systems and training. To date, BeAM has developed innovative repair methods that enable previously un-repairable critical aircraft engine parts to be re-deployed for use in flight. Further application opportunities for our solutions are the addition of features to existing components and the creation of near-net-shape parts. BeAM is now part of the AddUp Group, securing our development and adding to our industrial expertise and resources. P R O D U C T S / S E R V I C E S BeAM Machines Inc. 5101 Creek Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45242 U.S.A. Phone: 513-745-4510 Magic 800 The Magic 800 is our flagship machine designed for production with ideal efficiency and build quality in mind. The machine has a full five-axis build volume of 1,200 × 800 × 800 mm, 500- W to 2-kW fiber laser, optional controlled atmosphere, and to five powder hoppers. Other options include touch probe and meltpool monitoring capabilities. Modulo 400 The Modulo series was created from the feedback of our industrial partners. These machines have all peripherals integrated into the body, easily fitting into a shipping container or box truck for easy transport. The 400 has a five-axis build volume of 650 × 400 × 400 mm features a 500-W to 2-kW laser, optional controlled atmosphere, and up to five powder hoppers. Modulo 250 The Modulo 250 has a five-axis build volume of 400 × 250 × 300 mm and is perfect for research and development applications of DED. The 250 comes with a 500-W laser, 10Vx deposition head and a max of two powder hoppers of 1.5 L. All BeAM machines come equipped with Siemens 840D control and are operated by ISO G code.

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