Chromalloy Expands 3D Printing Capabilities for MRO

A variety of 3D-printed metal parts made on the VELO3D manufacturing system (shown after surface finishing), demonstrating the low print angles and complex geometries that are possible with this additive manufacturing technology.
Credit: Velo3D
Chromalloy is installing a new additive manufacturing machine, its first in “the metal world,” to reduce MRO costs for and extend the life of the aviation and energy engines it supports. The Velo3D Sapphire machine can print nickel-based superalloys, including Hastelloy X that is known for its...

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