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Precision Measurement Capabilities Enhance EWI’s Additive Manufacturing Offerings to Customers

By Rebecca Gurk on Thursday, March 3rd, 2016


EWI Project Engineers Alex Kitt and Kenny Kort recently published an article, Additive Manufacturing is Measuring Up in Buffalo, highlighting the precision measurement capabilities EWI has deployed at Buffalo Manufacturing Works.

Introduction:
Additive manufacturing (AM) is more than one single technology. Rather, it is comprised of multiple complementary technologies that provide manufacturers with an array of choices regarding surface finish, component size, efficiency, and overall quality. CaptureEach technology has unique requirements regarding, design, materials, processing, and finishing. The quality of built components is dependent on a variety of factors, many of which can be characterized through available measurement technologies. In Buffalo, EWI’s investment in precision measurement technologies supports the entire AM process chain, from powder characterization of new materials to metrology and surface characterization for final inspection.

To read the full article, click here.

To learn more about EWI’s complete portfolio of additive manufacturing capabilities, visit our website or contact Shawn Kelly, Additive Manufacturing Principal Engineer, at skelly@ewi.org.

 

 

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