Category Archives: WAAM

Forscher der Cranfield University verwenden den WAAM-Prozess, um große Teile aus nichtlegiertem Wolfram zu drucken

Die Cranfield University arbeitet mit der additiven Fertigung von Draht und Lichtbogen (Wire and arc additive manufacturing WAAM). Einem neuartigen Verfahren, bei dem ein elektrischer Lichtbogen als Wärmequelle und hochwertiger Metalldraht als Ausgangsmaterial verwendet wird. Drei Forschern der Universität veröffentlichte einen Artikel mit dem Titel „Development of Wire + Arc Additive Manufacturing for the production [...]

Der Beitrag Forscher der Cranfield University verwenden den WAAM-Prozess, um große Teile aus nichtlegiertem Wolfram zu drucken erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Cranfield University launches Metal Additive Manufacturing MSc

Cranfield University in Bedford, UK, has just received official approval to launch a new Master’s Degree in Metal Additive Manufacturing. Now accepting applications for October 2019 intake, this MSc will give students direct access to the university’s state-of-the-art Wire + Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) systems, and the chance to work on projects for the WAAMMat consortium of 20 […]

Metal 3D Printer – Additive Manufacturing Systems made in Austria

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In den letzten 10 Jahren gab es im Bereich 3D-Druck eine wahre Flut an neuen 3D Druck Maschinenherstellern, Dienstleistern sowie Druck-Technologien. Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing, kurz WAAM, ist dabei ein relativ junges Verfahren innerhalb des 3D Druckes, welches auf einer jahrzehntelang erprobten Schweißanwendung basiert – dem Auftragsschweißen. SBI auf einem Blick SBI beschäftigt sich [...]

Der Beitrag Metal 3D Printer – Additive Manufacturing Systems made in Austria erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Titan-Druckbehälter für die Erkundung des Weltraums

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Ein Team aus Thales Alenia Space, der Cranfield University und Glenalmond Technologies hat erfolgreich einen ersten Prototyp eines Titan-Druckbehälters in großem Maßstab produziert, der in zukünftigen bemannten Missionen für die Weltraumforschung eingesetzt werden soll. Das Stück ist ungefähr 1 m hoch und 8,5 kg schwer. Es wurde aus der Titanlegierung (Ti-6Al-4V) hergestellt und mit dem [...]

Der Beitrag Titan-Druckbehälter für die Erkundung des Weltraums erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Cranfield unveils highest profile WAAM parts to date for BAE Systems and Thales Alenia Space

Cranfield University and spinout company WAAM3D have unveiled two of the most high profile parts they have ever developed using wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) technology. The first, the rear frame for a Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft, was produced for British defense company BAE Systems and unveiled at the 2019 Additive Manufacturing in Space and Aerospace […]

Cranfield unveils highest profile WAAM parts to date for BAE Systems and Thales Alenia Space

Cranfield University and spinout company WAAM3D have unveiled two of the most high profile parts they have ever developed using wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) technology. The first, the rear frame for a Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft, was produced for British defense company BAE Systems and unveiled at the 2019 Additive Manufacturing in Space and Aerospace […]

Naval Group and Centrale Nantes use WAAM to 3D print the world’s first hollow propeller blade

Naval Group, a French company focusing on naval defence, and Centrale Nantes engineering school have 3D printed the first hollow propeller blade demonstrator. Sirenha, a Centrale Nantes spin-off and subsidiary of Naval Group, helmed the design of the blade. It was manufactured using the Wire Arc for Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process. The blades were produced […]

Naval Group and Centrale Nantes use WAAM to 3D print the world’s first hollow propeller blade

Naval Group, a French company focusing on naval defence, and Centrale Nantes engineering school have 3D printed the first hollow propeller blade demonstrator. Sirenha, a Centrale Nantes spin-off and subsidiary of Naval Group, helmed the design of the blade. It was manufactured using the Wire Arc for Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process. The blades were produced […]

Interview: Ivaldi launches on demand 3D printing service for maritime sector with Wilhelmsen

Advanced and additive manufacturing service bureau Ivaldi Group has partnered with Wilhelmsen, the largest maritime network in the world. Operating from a new additive manufacturing facility in Singapore, Ivaldi will provide Wilhelmsen with on-demand spare part production for ships and other maritime equipment, potentially servicing upwards of 100 vessels per day. Speaking with Espen Sivertsen, CEO of […]

AML Technologies wire arc additive manufacturing facility awarded maritime certification

Large-scale metal 3D printing bureau AML Technologies, headquartered in Tranmere, Australia, has become the first company to receive additive manufacturing facility qualification from Lloyd’s Register (LR). The accreditation has been granted to AML’s facility that specializes in wire-arc additive manufacturing, a process gaining particular popularity in the maritime sector. Andy Sales, Managing Director at AML, comments: “Third-party inspection […]