Fabrisonic launched their new machine at RAPID + TCT, the SonicLayer 1600, a hybrid additive plus subtractive printer for dissimilar metals. Founder and CEO, Mark Norfolk explains how ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM) is able to join metals together without melting them. UAM is a relatively unknown technique is able to open up new opportunities in applications, such as embedding sensors or microprocessors.
- The release of the SonicLayer 1600
- Multi-material capabilities and sustainability
- Advantages of UAM