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 67 P R O D U C T S / S E R V I C E S GE Additive GE Additive is a world leader and pioneer in additive technology. As a result of being part of GE, a company with 20 years of experience in additive design and manufacturing, we know firsthand how this technology can help transform businesses by improving products and manufacturing operations, as well as its potential to open up entirely new business models. We partner with a range of industries, from aerospace to energy, automotive to healthcare, guiding their additive journeys and supporting them with our knowledge and expertise. Additive manufacturing is rewriting the rules of manufacturing and GE Additive is leading the charge. Built to be your full-service additive partner We are built to support your additive manufacturing journey in every way imaginable. We offer Arcam EBM and Concept Laser machines, AP&C Powders, and advanced materials, along with AddWorks, our additive consulting team. Learn more at Arcam EBM Spectra H With an extended build platform and capability to operate at temperatures exceeding 1,000°C, the Arcam EBM Spectra H produces high-integrity parts larger and faster than ever before. An auto-calibrated, 6-kW beam provides increased power and faster builds. With high-heat capability, users can incorporate new alloys into production, including high- temperature, crack-prone materials. Concept Laser M LINE FACTORY Engineered with an innovative modular architecture that offers unprecedented automation, the M LINE FACTORY enables economical series production on an industrial scale. Concept Laser M2 cusing/M2 cusing Multilaser The M2 cusing and M2 cusing Multilaser are designed to be robust. The separation of the build chamber and unpacking make them suitable for three-shift operation. In addition, the laser source and filter technology are integrated within the system, which results in a low space demand overall.

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