3D Printing Antennas

By Mark Norfolk on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 in News. No Comments

Many radio frequency devices utilize metal wave guides to transfer energy from one point to another at high efficiency by confining wave propagation to a single dimension. Wave guides are used to transmit energy to and from antennas as well as to match impedance to the transmitting/receiving devices. Historically wave guides have been made through
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3D Printing in Israel

By Mark Norfolk on Monday, January 19th, 2015 in News. No Comments

This week Fabrisonic is visiting Israel.  We are proud to be part of the 2015 Welding, Joining & Additive Manufacturing Conference in Tel Aviv.  Fabrisonic has a display in the exhibition hall to highlight our capabilities.  In addition, Dr Suresh Babu from the University of Tennessee will be giving a keynote address on his research
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CE Certification for Metal 3D Printing

By Mark Norfolk on Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 in News. No Comments

As Fabrisonic grows its business, we have seen more and more inquiries from the European Union.  As part of our development, Fabrisonic recently achieved CE certification for our SonicLayer series of metal 3D printers.  Since we use solid state welding, we don’t have to worry about the fumes or shielding of high energy density heat
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Hybrid 3D Printing

By Mark Norfolk on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 in News. No Comments

This month, Fabrisonic was highlighted in an article in Cutting Tool Engineering.  In the article, Alan Richter talks about several new metal 3D printers that have both an additive and a subtractive tool set.  For instance, Fabrisonic’s SonicLayer series of metal 3D printers has a metal print head as well as a CNC spindle.  This
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