Additive manufacturing company Alloyed formalizes its name change

The company focuses on multiscale materials and multiphysics modeling, prediction and analysis of fatigue/TMF and failure, and the optimization of complex manufacturing processes, including additive manufacturing.

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The conclusion of the 2019 acquisition and merger of Betatype with OxMet Technologies has been formalized with the legal naming of the new corporate entity—Alloyed (Yarnton, England).

Bringing together Alloys-By-Design (ABD), Betatype, and Alloyed Digital Manufacture (ADM) optimizes advanced digital metal manufacturing applications and makes its customers high-performance components and processes even better, as it provides them with complementary expertise and services that optimize the production of metal parts through digital manufacturing.

The company’s expertise lies in using advanced metallurgy, the latest simulation techniques, and a profound understanding of the factors that drive performance. The company focuses on multiscale materials and multiphysics modeling, prediction and analysis of fatigue/TMF and failure, and the optimization of complex manufacturing processes, including additive manufacturing.

Alloyed’s novel Alloys-by-Design (ABD) rapid alloy design and optimization platform applies data and advanced physical models to simulate the performance of millions of different potential alloys across a large space simultaneously, allowing optimization across a full range of performance, manufacturing, and economic parameters relevant to any application.

The Betatype suite of additive technologies includes Engine, a processing platform that uses voxel-by-voxel control of the laser to increase machine productivity and enhance microstructural control, and Architect, an application design platform that takes full advantage of the wealth of data that this level of laser control involves.

Alloyed has a team with more than 50 years’ collective experience of advanced and high-volume manufacturing, design, process development, and materials engineering. Alloyed Digital Manufacture (ADM) offers a dedicated state-of-the art metal additive manufacturing facility that is set up to run an extensive range of metal materials, including titanium, aluminum, steel, and nickel alloys.

For more information, please visit alloyed.com.

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