Sodick, Inc.

601 Commerce Drive

Schaumburg, IL 60173 US

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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing

additively produced nozzle

Combining Additive and Subtractive Processes for Hybrid Manufacturing
At this point, we are still learning how to combine the two to optimize hybrid manufacturing.

Rapid +TCT

10 Impressions of Rapid + TCT 2019
The largest additive manufacturing exposition in North America is now a mature industry trade show. Here is what the editors of Additive Manufacturing Media saw at this year’s Rapid + TCT.

presenters on stage at the Additive manufacturing Workshop for Automotive

Watch: Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive Video Available
Watch the full program of the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, and learn how automotive manufacturers are using 3D printing in production.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive panel discussion

Recap: The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive
The inaugural AM Workshop for Automotive at the North American International Auto Show brought together the world’s top automotive and additive manufacturing technology experts on one stage. Here’s what they had to say.

Sodick Additive Center for Additive Manufacturing Magazine

At a Grand Opening, Sodick Reveals More Than New Machines
Along with launching a new line of hybrid machines, the world’s largest EDM manufacturer is tailoring one of its models specifically for postprocessing additive parts.

Sodick VL600QH Wire EDM

Sodick VL600QH Wire EDM Finishes 3D-Printed Parts
Sodick has released the VL600QH, a high-column model wire EDM designed for the postprocessing of 3D-printed parts. 

Sodick OPM250L

Sodick's OPM250L Supports Simultaneous 3D Printing of Multiple Parts
Rapid 2018: Parallel mode technology enables the OPM250L metal 3D printer to sinter multiple parts at once with a single laser. 

Evan Syverson, Sodick, and Peter Zelinski, Additive Manufacturing

Video: The Case for Hybrid Manufacturing in Moldmaking
Instead of relying on EDM to machine features recessed deep into the part, machine those features while 3D printing progresses, finishing them before they become hard to reach.

Sodick OPM metal 3D printer with MRS unit

Sodick Releases Material Recovery System (MRS)
The Automatic Material Recovery System (MRS) is designed for use with Sodick’s OPM metal 3D printing system.

Sodick OPM hybrid 3D printers have parallel mode technology, which can target three areas simultaneously using a single beam.

AM Conference Speaker: Sodick
A talk by Sodick’s additive business development manager will trace the journey of one AM user from traditional manufacturing to AM and hybrid manufacturing, exploring the questions and opportunities at each transition.

Sodick OPM250L parallel mode

Laser Optimization Helps Brings AM to the Next Level
A new productivity-boosting technology, called parallel mode, redefines metal 3D printer process speed.

Original mold core and hybrid manufactured mold core

High-Speed Milling Meets Powder-Bed Additive Manufacturing
A hybrid machining center from Sodick integrates high-speed machining with direct metal laser sintering (DMLS).

additive manufacturing equipment

IMTS 2016 Product Preview
Preview some of the AM technologies to be exhibited at the International Manufacturing Technology Show.


AM Conference Speaker: Sodick
The integration of additive and subtractive technologies can move beyond direct energy deposition. Learn more during a presentation at the Additive Manufacturing Conference in September.

2014 JIMTOF Report: Machining Added to Additive
JIMTOF Report: Machining Added to Additive

Product Categories of Sodick, Inc.

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Metal Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Powder Bed Fusion
EDM Filtration Equipment & Supplies
EDM Tooling
EDM, Ram Type (Die-Sinking) CNC
EDM, Small Hole
EDM, Wire Type
Electrode Materials, EDM Wire & Supplies
Hybrid Additive-Manufacturing Machines
Machining Flex Lines
Milling Machines, Graphite
Nano & Micro Machining Equipment
Vertical Machining Centers, Five-Axis
Vertical Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis