Whitepaper: ABD®900AM shows strong potential for repair

The Laser Metal Deposition process is an established method for repair of superalloy components. ABD®‑900AM does not form detrimental phases during AM – using it in repair avoids the need for heat treatment.

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ABD®-900AM, OxMet’s nickel alloy designed for high-temperature strength and crack-free additive manufacture, has been shortlisted for the best Non-Polymer materials award.

Rebecca Gingell joins host Michael Frazis to discuss OxMet’s Alloys by Design platform, its academic modelling heritage, and why aerospace alloys aren’t always suitable for orthopaedic implants.

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Come to the TCT show at the NEC 24-26 September and talk to our engineers about the ABD®-XAM range of novel alloys and how they outperform their empirical counterparts.

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OxMet is proud to announce its additive manufacturing powder partner, Aubert & Duval. The companies have signed a licence agreement for the production and distribution of OxMet’s ABD®-XAM range of nickel alloys for additive manufacturing.

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Betatype is delighted to end 2019 with a key announcement that will expand the impact of the company’s technologies and expertise into the next decade and beyond through its merger via acquisition by OxMet Technologies (Oxford, UK).

The merged company will bring together Betatype’s market-leading additive process and component design technologies that are key to unlocking the potential of metal additive manufacturing with the world-class metallurgical expertise of OxMet. Together these capabilities will provide clients with a superior approach to building metal parts with digital manufacturing processes.

Betatype’s founder and CEO, Sarat Babu, will join the Board of the combined company as Chief Digital Officer with Betatype’s primary offices and world class team remaining in London.

Babu comments, “We’ve been working with Oxmet Technologies for over a year on a number of joint projects. During that time we’ve developed a combined vision for the future of what metal looks like in the new digital manufacturing age. The merger builds on the very foundations of what both Betatype and Oxmet have always been about, and I’m thrilled for what we intend to build together in the near future.

The vertical markets in which the new company is already active include the aerospace, automotive, medical, and electronics sectors, in all of which additive manufacturing and the new generation of alloys required to capitalise on it, have transformational potential to deliver better part performance, reduce component count, shorten lead times, and enable distributed supply chains.

We look forward to sharing further details in the New Year.