A second selective laser melting 3D printing system has been installed at the TiDA facility in Tauranga.
With two machines onsite, it is now able to manufacture in multiple materials. Machines are currently running in Ti64 and 15PH stainless steel, with other materials also available, including Inconel.
Rapid Advanced Manufacturing (RAM) now runs one of the largest, commercial selective laser melting facilities in the Southern Hemisphere.
RAM recently co-hosted a stand during the National Maintenance Engineering Conference (NMEC) with S.A.F.E., and produced working 3D Ti spanners as giveaways.