By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | March 16th, 2020
In-situ monitoring — seam, width, and melt pool characteristics

Wire DED (Directed Energy Deposition) processes have come a long way. Over the last 10 years, there has been a lot of interest, particularly in process parameter development and in-situ monitoring.

At EWI, Yash Bandari is monitoring and controlling every detail (like seam, melt pool, heat-input etc.) to make sure process remains stable (see pictures), and at the same time the resulting properties are acceptable. Our systems can build large scale components with deposition rates as high as 25 lbs/hr (~12 kg/hr) out of most of the materials like Ti64, Inconel 718, 625, Alloys steels, Aluminum alloys, etc. thereby reducing build time.

Closed-loop control technology software
Sample built using closed-loop control technology

To learn more about wire DED at EWI, contact Yash Bandari, Applications Engineer, at [email protected].

For information about EWI’s additive manufacturing capabilities and services, click here.

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