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• Closed Loop Systems
Joule Printing™ deposits metal at over
5 kg/hr, and uses wire rather than expensive powders. The large boost in productivity and reduction in raw material costs yield costs-per-part that are 25-50% lower than conventional manufacturing in many applications.
Joule Printing™ uses low-cost wire, and works with any metal (or multiple metals). This yields a wide selection of materials, and eliminates the hazards and costs of working with powder.
Joule Printing™ melts wire into fully dense, strong parts in a single step. No part over-sizing. No binder removal. No sintering. No HIP’ing.
Closed-loop control of the melt pool provides precise, repeatable printing. Granular process data is used for non-destructive QA.
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