Sciaky, Inc. began developing its groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology back in 1996 to help manufacturers save significant time and money on the production of large, high-value metal parts. Our innovative Electron Beam (EB) Welding systems and job shop services have been the gold standard in the EB fabrication market since the 1950s.
Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing reduces the time and costs associated with traditional manufacturing (i.e. forgings and castings). And, compared to other metal additive manufacturing processes, EBAM has a faster deposition rate (by up to a factor of ten) and provides unrivaled scalability for part size and part quality.
Simply put: Sciaky’s EBAM technology is the most cost-effective metal 3D printing process in the world.
In addition, EBAM can be utilized anywhere in the product life cycle: from rapid prototypes and production parts to repair and remanufacturing applications. Plus, Sciaky’s patented Closed-Loop Control technology ensures that part production can be replicated according to the same established parameters (i.e. geometry, material properties, and material composition), from the first part to the last.
Sciaky’s EB Welding technology provides exceptional weld quality with a high depth-to-width ratio and maximum penetration with minimal distortion. We have been at the forefront of EB Welding advancement for over six decades. Our state-of-the-art internal moving EB Welding gun is the most innovative gun on the market. Whether you have a traditional welding requirement that calls for joining common metals, or a more exotic application with refractory alloys, Sciaky’s EB Welding technology delivers remarkable results. Plus, our EB Welding technology is an excellent choice for joining dissimilar metals.
Sciaky provides its world-class EB Welding Systems, Advanced Arc Welding Systems, and EB Welding Job Shop Services to a wide range of industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, energy, healthcare, semiconductor, oil & gas.
Sciaky is based in Chicago, IL, USA. Its welding systems and EBAM machines are distributed internationally and found in manufacturing plants and advanced research and development facilities around the world. Contact a sales rep in your area by clicking here.