3 Mar 2022
Gefertec is a German manufacturer of wire-based directed energy deposition (DED) printers. IDTechEx spoke with CEO Tobias Krümberg.
18 Nov 2021
Hexagon Enables Big Ambitions for Directed Energy Deposition
Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division has revealed new developments that advance the application of Directed Energy Deposition technologies to industrial applications, including collaborations with printer manufacturers pro-beam, Sciaky, DM3D, Gefertec and Meltio.
8 Sep 2021
Low Cost Titanium Wire for Additive Manufacturing
The wire can be used to make large complex parts for markets such as aerospace, biomedical, defence, marine, automotive, construction and consumer goods.
6 Jul 2020
Sciaky utilises Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology to provide metal additive manufacturing solutions.
10 Sep 2019
DED Welding offers larger build volumes, comparable productivity and final properties, but machines are very expensive
21 Apr 2015
Sciaky have developed a very similar technology, but the sell the machines rather than manufactured parts.
30 Dec 2014
Review of 3D Printing in 2014 and the outlook for 2015
2014 has been a big year for 3D printing. Even established 3D printing companies have been posting huge growth. Both Stratasys and Arcam, with their vastly different technologies, are expected to report year-on-year growth of 57% this year. This steep upward trend in 3D printer sales is reflected in IDTechEx forecasts in 3D Printing 2015-2025: Technologies, Markets, Players. This article review all the major events and developments in 2014 and will give the IDTechEx view on the outlook for 2015.
23 Oct 2014
Large build volume 3D welding printers
2 Oct 2014
Sciaky Inc. is a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries. It was established by 1939 as a provider of advanced welding systems and custom welding services. Sciaky launched its Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) process in 2009 for the production of large-scale, high-value metal parts and prototypes.
30 Jul 2014
3D printed flight-critical aerospace components go into production
GE Aviation, the world's largest manufacturer of jet engines, announced this month that they are investing $50 million to create a 3D printing production facility in Auburn, Alabama.
4 Dec 2013
End-user perspectives on the future of 3D printing
A recent aerospace-led event presented some of the current thinking of European companies on the subject of 3D printing.
4 Dec 2013
US based Sciaky have developed, in collaboration with Lockheed Martin, large format electron beam melting 3D printers. Sciaky is the only other company to manufacture this type of 3D printer.
Arcam claim that they do not consider Sciaky to be competition.
11 Nov 2013
This profile examines the perspectives and requirements of Lockheed Martin as an end-user of 3D printing. The current uses of 3D printing within the company are discussed and its plans for the future with this technology are detailed.