Solutions for 3D Printing Fluid Channels – Part 3

By Mark Norfolk on Thursday, February 25th, 2016 in News. No Comments

Fabrisoinc has been 3D printing aluminum and copper heat exchangers for years.  Because UAM is a hybrid process, all of the flow paths printed into our parts are CNC milled allowing for high accuracy and great surface finish.  Recently we finished up a large program for NASA that sought to improve the state of the
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Solutions for 3D Printing Fluid Channels – Part 2

By Mark Norfolk on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 in News. No Comments

Fabrisoinc has been 3D printing aluminum and copper heat exchangers for years.  Because UAM is a hybrid process, all of the flow paths printed into our parts are CNC milled allowing for high accuracy and great surface finish.  Recently we finished up a large program for NASA that sought to improve the state of the
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New guide on the Unique Power of Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing

By Mark Norfolk on Friday, February 12th, 2016 in News. No Comments

3D printing allows for a level of creativity and innovation that is unmatched by traditional manufacturing. Low temperature joining, complex 3D flow paths, weldable metal matrix composites—these are just a few of the unique capabilities made possible by ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM), a revolutionary 3D printing process. Our new guide, Making the Imagined a Reality:
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Solutions for 3D Printing Fluid Channels

By Mark Norfolk on Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 in News. No Comments

Fabrisoinc has been 3D printing aluminum and copper heat exchangers for years.  Because UAM is a hybrid process, all of the flow paths printed into our parts are CNC milled allowing for high accuracy and great surface finish.  Recently we finished up a large program for NASA that sought to improve the state of the
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3D Printing Metallic Transition Joints

By Mark Norfolk on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 in News. No Comments

The solid-state nature (i.e. no melting) of ultrasonic bonding permits joining of dissimilar metals without the formation of brittle intermetallics seen in fusion processes. A wide range of material combinations have been successfully bonded using the technology while still maintaining their own individual metallic properties; such as, Al/Cu, Al/Fe and Al/Ti are routinely joined. Fabrisonic
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