Fabrisonic introduces smaller Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing platform

U.S. metal 3D printing company, Fabrisonic has introduced the latest machine based on its Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) process.

The new SonicLayer 1200, showcased at RAPID + TCT last week, uses the company’s hybrid manufacturing technology which leverages a unique room temperature metal deposition process harnessing sound waves to merge layers of metal foil without the need for melting, combined with the finish of traditional CNC milling. The technology allows for dissimilar metals to be fused together from common feedstock, allowing for additive manufacturing of new materials and parts with complex internal geometries.

Article in tct Magazine