Underlining the trend toward 3-D printed larger metal parts for aerospace applications, Sciaky says it sold four of its multimillion-dollar EBAM electron beam additive manufacturing machines in December. The machines will be delivered in mid-2o18 and used to 3D print titanium structures for aerospace applications, as well as produce large parts for military vehicles and warships, the company says. Three of the machines will be Sciaky’s EBAM 110 model, which has a work envelope of 70 x ...

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