Cincinnati Inc. to show big-area additive manufacturing system at Fabtech 2015

The Big Area Additive Manufacturing machine uses a steel fabricated chassis and advanced linear drive motors as the base, and extrudes hot thermoplastic to build parts, layer by layer.

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The Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine uses a steel fabricated chassis and advanced linear drive motors as the base, and extrudes hot thermoplastic to build parts, layer by layer. The system has a work envelope of 65 × 140 × 34 in. and extrusion rate of about 38 lbs/hr, and the extruder uses a wide variety of thermoplastics and fiber-reinforced thermoplastics to meet the needs of a variety of commercial applications, including furniture and tooling.

Fabtech booth number: N-9000

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Contact:Cincinnati Inc.
Headquarters: Harrison, OH
Product: Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine
Key Feature: Extrusion rate of 38 lbs/hr

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