Ultrasonic Metal Foil Additive Manufacturing Explained
By Rebecca Gurk on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
Ultrasonic metal foil additive manufacturing is a technology that was pioneered by Fabrisonic, an affiliate of EWI. It uses ultrasonic welding to build up metal parts layer by layer – a low-temperature, solid-state process that can produce 3D-printed parts as large as 6’ x 6’ square.
Recently, Fabrisonic President Mark Norfolk gave a terrific explanation of ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM) and its advantages in an interview at the RAPID + TCT 3D printing event in Fort Worth, Texas. A short video of his conversation with James Anderton can be viewed on engineering.com.
To learn all about the UAM process and its advantages, watch the interview now.
To reach Mark Norfolk at Fabrisonic, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.