5/3/2012

Video: Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing

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This video from Fabrisonic shows ultrasonic additive manufacturing being used to produce a mold with conformal cooling channels.

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This video from Fabrisonic shows ultrasonic additive manufacturing being used to produce a mold with conformal cooling channels. The additive process builds parts by laying metal strip. The solid-state process fuses the material without melting it. Learn more in this article.​

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