Mark Norfolk, President of Fabrisonic, recently had a video interview with Jim Anderton on Engineering.com. They chatted about Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) and how it’s different from other forms of additive such as low temperatures. Mark touches on how the process works and some of the advantages such as embedding electronics to measure strain or load.
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Not too long ago, Fabrisonic had a booth at the 2017 RAPID in Pittsburg. For those who don’t know, RAPID is a large 3D printing tradeshow. They move around to a different city every year in the month of April or May.
While there, Fabrisonic got noticed by 3DPrint.com among other companies with cool technologies. The article touches on the unique capabilities of Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing such as: combining dissimilar metals without melting, embedding sensors and electronics without damaging, and complex internal geometry such as heat exchangers.
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