Aug 18, 2017

BeAM Machines SAS, which specializes in Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology, opened its U.S. subsidiary, BeAM Machines, Inc., in Cincinnati, Ohio earlier this year. The facility, operating as the BeAM Machines Solutions Center for North America, will handle sales, service, process/material development, applications, R&D and training.

The 20,000-sq-ft. facility boasts a dedicated additive manufacturing workspace, metallurgical lab, applications training facility, assembly area and post process machining department. The company will be hosting an open house from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on August 31, 2017, at its facility located on 5101 Creek Road in Blue Ash, OH. Visitors are welcome to attend the open house, to view live demonstrations of the company's flagship machine, The Magic 2.0, and tour the facility.

Tim Bell, BeAM Machines Inc.’s General Manager, said the location for the facility was the largest suburban employment center in greater Cincinnati with nearly 40,000 jobs. "It is centrally located to the major highways, is approximately 30 minutes to the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky International Airport and is populated with a very high concentration of potential customers and suppliers.” he said.

BeAM Machines manufactures additive manufacturing machines that use a combination of DED and computer numerical control (CNC). DED works by feeding metallic powder through a deposition nozzle and melting it with a high-power laser to create a layer-by-layer construction with CNC-controlled accuracy. The machines support a range of materials such as stainless steel, titanium, nickel alloys, and cobalt chromium to manufacture and repair parts for clients in multiple industries, including aerospace, defense, nuclear, and oil & gas.

 

 

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