Wayland Additive, the renowned developer of the Calibur3 metal additive manufacturing system, is exhibiting at TCT 3Sixty in Birmingham. The event provides Wayland with a platform to showcase its advanced metal AM technology and its industrial applications.
The Calibur3 system offers a revolution in eBeam powder bed fusion (PBF) technology that overcomes previous problems with laser or eBeam fusion processes for metal materials. The use of the innovative NeuBeam process allows designers* to explore new or previously impossible applications and provides precise control in metal AM.
Peter Hansford, Chief Revenue Officer at Wayland says, “Calibur3 introduces metal AM for production, and our team is excited about the opportunities it brings to the industry. At TCT 3Sixty, our team members will be available to discuss new applications and showcase the benefits of NeuBeam. We invite attendees to learn more about our hot part process, which eliminates residual thermal stresses, simplifies powder removal, and reduces post-processing requirements. Calibur3 enables improved productivity with faster warm-up and shorter cool-down times. Come and see us at TCT 3Sixty to explore the immense potential that Calibur3 holds for your manufacturing endeavours.”
The NeuBeam process offers flexibility and outperforms the stability issues of eBeam PBF. It allows for tailored metallurgical requirements and expands the range of metallic materials that can be used.
Hansford continues, “Wayland’s Calibur3 produces fully dense parts in refractory metals such as tungsten and also highly reflective alloys, free from residual stresses and with reduced energy consumption. The technology opens up a raft of applications across a range of industry sectors hitherto unable to benefit from the use of AM as a production process. Since commercialising our technology two years ago, Wayland is now shipping machines all over the world across a variety of industry sectors, all hungry to exploit the potential our NeuBeam AM process offers.”
Visit Wayland Additive booth J39 at TCT3sixty to learn more about the Calibur3 system and NeuBeam technology.
Find out more about Wayland Additive at waylandadditive.com.