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Colibrium Additive launches Spectra M Electron Beam Melting System for enhanced solutions
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Jun 26, 2024
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Jun 26, 2024

Colibrium Additive launches Spectra M Electron Beam Melting System for enhanced solutions

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  • Colibrium Additive, formerly GE Additive, has launched Spectra M, an electron beam melting (EBM) solution that offers a compact build envelope for medical and orthopedic implant manufacturers.

  • The system includes a build capacity of 270 x 430 mm and compatibility with Ti6Al4V Grades 5 and 23 materials. Additionally, it runs on the latest version of EBMControl 6.4 software, offering features like Point Melt, which allows for melting powder using small points rather than lines, and Plate Free, which allows sintered gradually where parts can be built on top.

  • The company has also introduced the Binder Jet solution, a coarse Ti64 powder for LPBF platforms. The powder can print a coarser particle grain using validated LPBF process parameters, reducing the costs associated with 3D printing titanium alloy.

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