ADDiTEC launches portable Additive Manufacturing robot cell

July 5, 2023

The Performance AMRC-P is a portable laser-based Directed Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing machine (Courtesy ADDiTEC)
The Performance AMRC-P is a portable laser-based Directed Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing machine (Courtesy ADDiTEC)

ADDiTEC, headquartered in Palm City, Florida, USA, has launched its latest portable robotic system, the Performance AMRC-P (Additive Manufacturing Robot Cell – Portable), incorporating a laser-based Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Additive Manufacturing machine housed in a cell measuring 2.3 m x 2.8 m x 3.2 m.

The Performance AMRC-P features a 6 kW fibre laser configured deposition head and closed loop process controls, in order to afford high deposition rates of up to 4 kg/hr for titanium. In addition to titanium, it has the ability to additively manufacture in a wide range of materials including aluminium, copper, carbon steel, mild steel, stainless steel and Inconel.

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The system can additively manufacture large parts and achieve intricate geometries with its multi-axis robotic architecture.

“We are delighted to bring this high specification product to market. It is the culmination of more than seven years laser DED experience and provides a state-of-the-art capability enabling large applications and material possibilities not seen before. We are excited to see the many first-of-a-kind applications this product will unlock,” stated Brian Matthews, CEO of ADDiTEC.

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