What are Post Additive Manufacturing Processes?

There are many types of additive manufacturing or 3D printing processes.  Most common requiring thermal processing are “Direct-Metal Laser Sintered Processing” (DMLS) and “Binder-Jet Processing” (BJP).  DMLS uses either laser, heat, or electron beam to melt and fuse the material together to form a three dimensional object.  BJP utilizes a binding liquid to join powder material together.  Common post processes include annealing, sintering, atmosphere, and vacuum heat treating.

Gasbarre specializes in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered annealing furnaces specific to the thermal processing industry.

Gasbarre furnaces are:

Gasbarre’s complete line of Additive Manufacturing Furnaces is listed below.

Continuous Mesh Belt

Gasbarre is a leading manufacturer of Continuous Mesh Belt Furnaces, and will custom-design to your specifications.

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Pusher – High Temperature

Sinterite Pusher Furnaces are designed for high temperature sintering from 1200-3000°F.

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Modular Vacuum

Expandability and versatility make this furnace an attractive selection for many thermal processing needs with growth in mind.
  

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Vacuum Batch

Designed for many thermal processes,the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations.

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Continuous Vacuum – Multizone

A multizone continuous vacuum, this C.I. Hayes furnace consists of 3 modular chambers:  load/evacuation, heating, and quench.

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