Arcam - Q10plus and Q20plus

Electron Beam Melting Suite

3D metal printing using high power electron beam technology

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Detailed Description

Both machines have the latest generation EB gun, which allows for higher productivity and improved resolution. Each machine also includes Arcam LayerQam™, a camera-based monitoring system for inline part quality verification.

The Q10plus has a maximum build size of 200 x 200 x 180mm, making it ideal for the cost-effective production of orthopaedic implants, the development of materials and rapid prototyping of small components.

The larger Q20plus is developed for easy powder handling and fast turnaround times. With an extended build volume (350 x 380mm (Ø/H), it is ideal for larger parts such as aerospace components.

Uses/Applications

The Arcam Q10plus is designed specifically for cost-efficient production of orthopedic implants. The size of the build area is designed to allow for optimal stacking of the most common implant types, and the build chamber interior is developed for easy powder handling and fast turn-around times. The Arcam Q10plus is particularly ideal for the production of high volume press-fit implants with advanced trabecular structures as well as one-off custom implants built with data derived from CT scans of individual patients.

The Arcam Q20plus is specifically designed for cost-efficient production of aerospace components, such as turbine blades, structural airframe components and much more. The build envelope is impressive and allows for building large components and optimal stacking of smaller ones.

Features

  • Easy-to-use operator interface
  • Latest generation EB gun
  • Arcam xQam™ for high precision autocalibration
  • Arcam LayerQam™ for build verification
  • Efficient powder handling
  • Software adapted to volume production

Arcam Q10plus

Q10plus:

Max build envelope: 200 x 200 x 180mm (W x D x H)

Offers a direct “CAD to MetalTM” process allowing production of patient-specific implants using data derived from Computed Tomography (CT). The CT data is used to create an exact CAD model of the desired implant. This CAD model is then used by the Arcam EBM® machine to build the actual part.

Arcam Q20plus

Large build envelope: 350 x 380mm (⌀/H)


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