These industrial machines employ Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology for additive manufacturing and repairs. DED works by focusing thermal energy to melt and fuse metal wire or powder as they are deposited (fed through the nozzle). BeAM fibre laser sources range from 500 W to 2kW.
The coaxial deposition nozzles are responsible for precise results. With multiple choices of powder nozzles and laser sizes, you can optimise your industrial processes.
Whether you need to add wear-resistant coatings, repair or add an extra structure to an existing part, or build complex geometry from scratch, with BeAM Machines, you get a near-net-shape finish with minimal post-processing required. And there is minimal material waste.
BeAM Machines offer qualified machines and processes for aeronautics repairs.
This compact and mobile additive manufacturing machine can be easily transported to remote sites in a shipping container or box truck. It contains all the required peripherals in the machine cabinet. If you’re looking for small to medium metal part 3D printing, contact Raymax about Modulo 400.
Manufacture or repair large metallic parts on 5 axes with Magic 800. The total build volume for this machine is 1200 x 800 x 800 mm with 500W. You can automatically change between heads with the Magic 800 versus the manual functionality with the Modulo 400. You have the option to upgrade to a 3kW laser with this machine.
We make laser light work for you. We’ve spent over 30 years demonstrating what’s possible with lasers. In doing so, we’ve helped modernise Australian and New Zealand industries. You’ll be working with a team of physicists and factory-trained engineers—leaders in the supply of laser solutions and photonics equipment. We’re experts in material interaction research. Wherever possible, you’ll be introduced to new technology that can improve operation in ways you might not have imagined possible.
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