Sciaky, Inc. Launches New Website and Unveils Expanded Lineup of New EBAM Metal 3D Printing Systems

 

Chicago, Illinois – Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) and leading provider of metal 3D printing solutions and advanced welding machines, announced today that it has launched a new website that features an expanded lineup of new metal 3D printing systems, based on its groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology.

The expanded lineup of EBAM 3D printing systems includes new options for medium, large, and extra-large part applications, making EBAM the most widely scalable metal 3D printing solution on the market (in terms of work envelope) for parts ranging from 12 inches (305 mm) to 19 feet (5791 mm) in length. EBAM is also the fastest deposition process in the metal 3D printing market, based on documented deposition rates ranging from 7 to 20 lbs. (pounds) of metal per hour.

Image courtesy of Phillips Services, Inc.

Image courtesy of Phillips Services, Inc.

The new website also includes updated information on Sciaky’s industry-leading electron beam welding solutions, as well as a recent video that shows how Sciaky’s EBAM technology is helping Lockheed Martin Space Systems 3D print titanium propellant tanks for satellites.

“Sciaky is proud to launch its new website and unveil its expanded lineup of new EBAM metal 3D printing systems,” said Mike Riesen, general manager of Sciaky, Inc. “We hope the new website enlightens visitors about our innovative, industry-leading solutions and inspires them to contact us.”

Last week, Sciaky revealed the availability of financing and leasing options for U.S. customers who purchase EBAM systems and electron beam welders.  For more information press here.

To check out the new Sciaky website, visit www.sciaky.com. You can also follow Sciaky on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn.

About Sciaky, Inc.
Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, is a world leader in metal 3D printing solutions. Our exclusive Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) process is the fastest, most cost-effective metal 3D printing process in the market, allowing manufacturers to save significant time and money over traditional manufacturing and prototyping processes. Sciaky also provides industry-leading electron beam and advanced arc welding systems, as well as affordable job shop welding services, for the aerospace, defense, automotive, healthcare and other manufacturing industries. Our welding equipment meets rigid military specifications to manufacture items such as airframes, landing gear, jet engines, guided missiles and vehicle parts.

About Phillips Service Industries, Inc.
Established in 1967, Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) is a privately-held global manufacturing and services holding company, which oversees a diverse collection of innovative subsidiaries: Beaver Aerospace & Defense, Inc., Evana Automation Specialists, Mountain Secure Systems, POWERTHRU, PSI Repair Services, Inc., PSI Semicon Services, Sciaky, Inc., and Skytronics, Inc. We serve a wide range of high-tech industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, alternative energy, healthcare, security and semiconductor. Our award-winning products and services help reduce costs and maximize efficiency for many Fortune 500 companies around the globe, as well as the U.S. Military. We push the boundaries of technology on critical programs like Homeland Security, Defense research and space exploration, delivering innovative solutions for land, sea, air and space. We’re PSI: Always innovating. Everywhere.™

Contact:
Ja
y Hollingsworth
Public Relations Manager
Phillips Service Industries, Inc.
734.853.5211 direct
734.679.0276 cell
jay.hollingsworth@psi-corp.com

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