A supplier of highly engineered additive manufacturing solutions for its clients around the world, Burloak Technologies aims to deliver high quality, lightweight, fully functional additive manufactured parts for a range of industries including space, aerospace, defense, energy, medical, automotive, and transportation.
The company hopes the adoption of the EBAM 110 Systems will help to continue this service to industry.
“Using traditional subtractive processes, such as forging and machining, the production of titanium parts of this size could take one year while generating a significant amount of waste,” said Peter Adams, Co-founder and President of Burloak Technologies. “Our EBAM 110 system will allow us to manufacture the same large-scale titanium structural parts in a matter of days. We are already engaged with several aerospace end-users who have started the qualification process with us.”
The EBAM 110 can output parts ranging from 20.3cm to 5.79m in length, and also boasts gross deposition rates ranging from 3.18 to 11.34kg of metal per hour. With IRISS, an Interlayer Real-time Imaging and Sensing System, the machine promises quality and control. IRISS can sense and digitally self-adjust metal deposition with precision and repeatability, which enables the machine to deliver consistent part geometries, mechanical properties, and metal chemistries. These are advantages Burloak can look forward to.
“Sciaky’s EBAM systems are the most widely sold large-scale metal 3D printing system in the world, having qualified parts on land, sea, air, and space applications,” said Scott Phillips, President and CEO of Sciaky, Inc. “The innovators at Burloak Technologies will leverage the numerous benefits of EBAM to produce faster and cheaper parts for their customers all across the globe.”
A July 2019 delivery is scheduled for this EBAM system.