ADDiTEC introduces portable AM robot cell

November 10, 2022

ADDiTEC has launched a new portable 3D printing robot cell (Courtesy ADDiTEC)
ADDiTEC has launched a new portable Additive Manufacturing robot cell (Courtesy ADDiTEC)

ADDiTEC, headquartered in Palm City, Florida, USA, has launched a portable Additive Manufacturing robot cell, capable of manufacturing parts up to 1.8 m tall in a range of materials, including titanium. The AMRC – P (Additive Manufacturing Robot Cell – Portable) is a turnkey robotic metal AM system that is reported to provide all the benefits of a robotic architecture in a compact, portable, production cell.

The AMRC – P features software tools to accommodate complex multi-axis geometries, said to make the build process easier and more accessible for experienced or new users. The customisable software also allows users to select parameter requirements.

“ADDiTEC developed the AMRC – P to address what we saw as a strong demand in the market for a low-cost turnkey robotic AM solution with the added flexibility of portability. We are excited to bring this disruptive product to the market together with our in-depth applications and technical support experience,” stated Tilip Thiyagarajan, business manager at ADDiTEC.

As a founding partner in Meltio, ADDiTEC acts as the Master Reseller of Meltio products in North America and has facilitated over thirty-five Meltio machine installations in the region, including installations in universities, technology centres, government laboratories and more. As well as knowledge of multi-laser metal Additive Manufacturing technology, processes and applications, the company has comprehensive experience across a broad range of industrial sectors.

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