FormAlloy’s award-winning directed energy deposition (DED) systems enable customers to FORM, ENHANCE, and REPAIR metallic parts that go beyond the bounds of traditional manufacturing.
FormAlloy's 3D metal printing technology utilizes DED to create metallic parts to near-net shape, while increasing the design envelope and providing a more economical solution than producing the same part with conventional methods.
The X&L-Series systems enable reduced machining time and nearly eliminate material waste, particularly with high-value materials.
The DED technology from FormAlloy can also add features and different materials to existing products to enhance the part’s properties and provide repair solutions for reduced down-time and scrap rate.
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FormAlloy Co-Founder & CEO
Melanie Lang, FormAlloy Co-Founder and Managing Director, is motivated by developing a disruptive technology that delivers the future we could have previously only imagined - geometrically complex components made from exotic materials at cost-effective prices with reasonable lead times.
FormAlloy was founded by two engineers from the Aerospace and Heavy Industry with proven expertise and leadership in machine design, engineering, program management and business development.
The company was founded with the goal to deliver on the future we could have previously only imagined - working on the next generation of how we build high-value components.
FormAlloy Co-Founder & CTO
Jeff Riemann, FormAlloy Technical Director & Co-Founder, is a Mechanical Engineer, Laser Metal Deposition subject matter expert, and has over 10 years of experience in machine design and integration Industry.