PRODUCTS & SERVICES
FormAlloy's X & L-Series Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Systems
FormaAlloy’s X & L-Series laser metal deposition
systems feature closed-
loop control, variable-wavelength lasers, and Formfeed
powder feeders for gradient/bi-metallic structures.
Our X & L-Series systems boast improved quality,
better powder efficiency, and the ability to print with the
most comprehensive list of metal alloys on the market.
Each machine comes standard with the FormAlloy AX metal deposition head and a customizable build volume with up to 5-axes of motion.
FormAlloy’s X & L-Series systems can be configured with Dynamic Layer Selection technology to monitor build quality and accuracy in real-time, auto-set layer thickness and auto-correct errors to achieve a part that is free of
dimensional defects. The FormAlloy AX head has proven
high powder efficiency and built in quick-release
features for ease of maintenance and component
swaps. FormAlloy designs all components and systems
to utilize open standards for powder supply, allowing
the user to provide their own powders if desired. These
systems provide a cost-effective solution for 3D
metal part production, repair and cladding to a diverse
set of industries.
FormAlloy offers OEM Solutions including a metal deposition head, the FormAlloy AX, powder feeders, the FormAlloy PF, and lasers that can be integrated with existing robotic or production lines to 3D print, clad and repair at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a turn-key LMD system. Our OEM solutions are rigorously designed and tested to stand up to abusive environments and crashes, enabling use in the most demanding applications. Our smart designs minimize maintenance and down-time.
FormAlloy offers a variety of engineering services including part production, feasibility studies, material testing and research collaboration. FormAlloy will integrate Directed Energy Deposition (DED) into your manufacturing process with custom machine design and system integration.
FormAlloy's expertise includes repair, cladding, and additive manufacturing with Nickel, Cobalt, Iron, Carbide, Copper and Titanium-based alloys.