Amazing record for Sciaky which sold Four EBAM® Metal 3D Printing Systems in December

Sciaky, a metal additive manufacturing (AM) company, announced the sale of four of its EBAM systems in December.

The Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing systems will be used to 3D print titanium structures for aerospace applications, as well as to produce large parts for ground-based military vehicles, and warships.

Three of those machines are the EBAM 110 model. As for the fourth, it will be an EBAM 150 model which integrates a nominal part envelope of 146” (3708 mm) x 62” (1575 mm) x 62” (1575 mm). Thanks to this envelope, the customer can 3D print the industry’s largest metal parts in-house. All four systems will be delivered around mid-2018.

EBAM 150 Open Chamber – image via Sciaky

According to Scott Phillips, President & CEO of Sciaky, Inc. “Now, more than ever, manufacturers are looking for ways to reduce time and cost associated with producing large, high-value parts, and Sciaky EBAM systems have a proven track record of helping manufacturers achieve these business-critical goals.

EBAM, Sciaky’s process of depositing metal with an electron beam gun

Parts from from 8 inches (203 mm) to 19 feet (5.79 meters) in length can be produced with the EBAM systems which integrate gross deposition rates ranging from seven to 20 lbs. (3.18 to 9.07 kg) of metal per hour.

IRISS® – the Interlayer Real-time Imaging and Sensing System ensures quality and control through its real-time monitoring and control system. According to the company, it is the only one available in the metal 3D printing market that can sense and digitally self-adjust metal deposition with precision and repeatability.

This innovative feature is the primary reason that Sciaky’s EBAM 3D printing process delivers consistent part geometry, mechanical properties, microstructure, and metal chemistry, from the first part to the last.

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