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Additive Manufacturing

SAAM (Small Area Additive Manufacturing) is optimized for carbon-fiber composite 3D printing. SAAM is the only 3D printer that enable continuous, unattended 3D printing courtesy of our patented Automated Ejection System.

 

SAAM HT offers the most affordable solution to fabricate parts in 3D printing’s most advanced thermoplastics and composites. SAAM HT 3D prints in ULTEM, PEEK, polycarbonate, and any thermoplastic up to 500°C.

  • Steel Plated Frame

  • FFF 3D Printing

  • Time-Lapse Camera

  • Web-Based Control

  • Carbon Fiber Composites

  • Print Areas Available:

         7.9" x 7.4" x 9.4"

       

  • Steel Plated Frame

  • 80 lbs/hour Feedrate

  • Linear Motor Drives

  • Touchscreen Control

  • Commodity Materials

  • Print Areas Available:

         140" x 65" x 36"

       

MAAM (Medium Area Additive Manufacturing) is an industrial sized, additive machine. The machine uses the proven design and technology from our laser platform, including the machine frame, motion system, and control, and has been adapted with an extruder and feeding system. MAAM was designed to allow 3-D printing to be used for production manufacturing. The size and speed allow large parts to be made quickly. The ability to use commodity thermoplastic materials means that the cost per part will be reasonable. By designing a system with an open architecture for material vendors, material costs will be kept lower and with more options.

  • Steel Plated Frame

  • 80 lbs/hour Feedrate

  • Linear Motor Drives

  • Touchscreen Control

  • Commodity Materials

  • Print Areas Available:

         140" x 65" x 72"

         140" x 65" x 98"

         240" x 90" x 72"

BAAM (Big Area Additive Manufacturing) is an industrial sized, additive machine. The machine uses the proven design and technology from our laser platform, including the machine frame, motion system, and control, and has been adapted with an extruder and feeding system. BAAM was designed to allow 3-D printing to be used for production manufacturing. The size and speed allow large parts to be made quickly. The ability to use commodity thermoplastic materials means that the cost per part will be reasonable. By designing a system with an open architecture for material vendors, material costs will be kept lower and with more options.