Exergy Solutions recently purchased a Calibur3 metal AM system. This new process enables parts to be produced for high wear environments where complex geometries and large part sizes are needed for applications across many industry sectors such as oil and gas, minerals processing, forestry, agriculture, pulp and paper, and power generation among others.

“The investment in Wayland’s technology means that we can present a compelling solution to our customer’s wear challenges. The partnership combines the high wear resistance and toughness of the Vibenite series of materials from VBN Components, with the larger build volume and speed of the NeuBeam TM process, and Exergy Solution’s application engineering support. Exergy focuses on developing solutions for high wear environments where complex geometries and large part sizes are needed for applications across many industry sectors such as oil and gas, minerals processing, forestry, agriculture, pulp and paper, and power generation among others. Wayland’s Calbur3 metal AM system supports innovation for Exergy with its ability to process a wide range of materials in its large build volume meaning we can focus on large footprint components,” said Dr. Dave Waldbillig, Director of Advanced Manufacturing at Exergy.

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Check out Wayland Additive sells first Calibur3 metal AM system to Exergy Solutions to learn more about this innovative new technology.

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