BeAM's Modulo 400 machine is attracting more and more industrial users and Research and Technology platforms. Latest customer references include Voestalpine AM Centre (Singapore), NLR (Netherlands), and ARTC (Advanced Remanufacturing Technology Centre, Singapore).

Above all, this year's Directed Energy Deposition (DED) machine is enriched with many new features to improve its industrial robustness, including:
- An automatic deposition nozzle changer with integrated probe. This system allows for significant productivity gains, as well as adaptive repair applications.
- A vibrating powder delivery system, which provides more stability and reliability in the powder supply of the deposition nozzle.
- Process monitoring solutions allowing continuous observation of the melting pool and early detection of possible drifts during production. The integration of a pyrometer allows for a closed-loop control of the melting temperature.
Finally, BeAM unveils two ongoing projects that will seduce industrial companies looking for quality and productivity for their DED manufacturing. On the one hand, a nozzle-part distance control solution mounted on BeAM deposition nozzles, combining a Precitec sensor and Siemens control cycles. This development allows to maintain an optimal distance between the nozzle and the part, thus ensuring the geometric quality of the part. On the other hand, the integration of the digital twins of BeAM machines into the Siemens suite of software tools. These digital twins reduce development times by performing part design, construction programming, simulation and trajectory optimization in a virtual environment. The integration of the latest Sinumerik One digital control software helps to avoid any collision of the deposition head with the part or tooling.


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