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enclosed fi lament bay which can run up to four active spools (room for two additional resupply spools) and the enclosed build chamber with active exhaust and optional environmen- tal fi ltration. Blue Dragon


Ph: 425-391-2000 Web site: www.bldrgn.com


3D Scanning Inspection System CyberGage360 is a metrology-grade, ultra-fast, automated 3D scanning/inspection system that brings signifi cantly greater accuracy and scanning speeds to the industrial parts inspection and reverse engineering markets. A precise complete 360° scan of the shape of complex parts can be generated in less than three minutes on the fac- tory fl oor with minimal training. CyberGage360


greatly facilitates quality assurance by allowing anyone to be an inspector of either incoming parts or in-process parts, lowering customers’ cost of quality and speeding products


to market. With little training, anyone can check parts for any deviation from CAD or check critical features with one button simplicity. Designed for use in general purpose metrology, the CyberGage360 incorporates CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D Multi-Refl ection Suppression (MRS) technology and has a wide range of potential applications for consumer electronics, automotive, and aerospace applications where accurate and high throughput are vital. Laser Design Inc. Ph: 952-884-9648 Web site: www.laserdesign.com


High-End Additive Manufacturing Solutions The EOS M 100 is a direct metal laser-sintering (DMLS) system with a building volume of 100 × 95 mm with size and modular design that make it an ideal entry-level AM model. Beam quality and stable performance of the 200-W fi ber laser guarantee constant processing conditions when producing high-quality components, as well as a smaller laser spot with excellent detail resolution helping manufac- ture highly complex metal components. The EOS M 290


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with MeltPool Monitoring system fea- tures a building volume of 250 × 250 × 325 mm, facilitating fast, fl exible, and cost-effec- tive produc-


tion of metal parts directly from CAD data. The system, equipped with a 400-W fi ber laser operates in protective nitrogen as well as argon atmospheres allowing the system to process a wide range of materials. Quality management is aided by EOSTATE PowderBed Camera, Laser Monitor- ing, and Meltpool Monitoring. EOS of North America Inc. Ph: 248-306-0143 Web site: www.eos.info


Comprehensive CAM Solutions Delcam offers a comprehensive collection of CAM systems: PowerMill for high-speed and fi ve-axis machining, Feature- CAM for feature-based programming, PartMaker for pro- gramming turn-mill and Swiss-type lathes and ArtCAM for ar- tistic applications. The machining range is complemented by the PowerShape design and reverse engineering software, and PowerIn- spect inspec- tion software. PowerShape Pro allows switching be- tween mea- suring modes when using devices that of-


fer data collection by both laser scanning and point probing. Reverse engineering from probed points is now possible for prismatic parts. Another recent option is the ability to morph a complete solid or surface model to a mesh. Morphing can be used to update a nominal CAD model to match the part as it is made in reality or to modify the surfaces of the tool so that the part can be produced in the desired shape repre- sented by the CAD model. Delcam


Ph: 877-335-2261 Web site: www.delcam.com


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