This important inspection qualification follows another milestone qualification in 2021, through which the company was approved to additively manufacture aluminum AlSi10Mg components to the Boeing BAC5673 specification.
The BSS7046 qualification follows a rigorous evaluation of Burloak’s Computed Tomography (CT) system – equipped with a 300kV microfocus and a 180kV nanofocus tube. The qualification process involved a stringent examination of the technical proficiency of the operators as well as the associated laboratory processes and documentation
“This announcement is indicative of our growing ability to support Boeing with leading-edge, high-quality manufacturing solutions,” stated Jason Ball, Vice President & General Manager of Burloak Technologies. “As an additive manufacturing company, we are committed to delivering only high caliber, reliable products. CT scanning is an indispensable tool that allows us to inspect and analyze 3D printed components with unparalleled accuracy, ensuring that our customers receive products that are of the utmost quality.
With the completion of this qualification, Burloak Technologies will be moving forward to expand the scope of its Computed Tomography capabilities to include titanium alloys. This will be accompanied by Burloak’s mission to continuously push the industry forward by improving on its already rigorous processes.
A special thank you to Boeing Research and Technology team for the opportunity to strengthen our on-going partnership and expertise that allows Burloak to learn, improve and be at the cutting edge of additive manufacturing technologies.
While this qualification is specific to Boeing, Burloak has included Computed Tomography in its ISO17025 scope, therefore making it commercially available to any industry.
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