Across all industries and sectors, leading OEMs are exploring the incredible advantages of AM. Enabling manufacturers to create parts with properties similar to – and in many cases better than – traditionally manufactured parts, AM drives innovation, efficiency and cost-effectiveness in a competitive and dynamic world.
From rapid prototyping to full scale production, Burloak Technologies has the capability, experience and expertise to deliver end-to-end additive manufacturing solutions in North America, driving many advantages including:
Delivering high-quality, cost-efficient AM components requires seasoned experts and the right combination of process technologies for each unique application and material.
Our experienced team taps into an ever-evolving range of advanced, in-house tools and leading-edge equipment when supporting our customers. Our solutions include:
Leading the way in AM requires a deep understanding of the unique qualities and properties of a wide and ever-evolving range of AM materials.
Unlike the traditional subtractive approach to manufacturing which combines existing components to create a final part, AM builds final parts layer-by-layer using microscopic powder – allowing you to “print” virtually anything.
Burloak’s experience in this area is evidenced by our growing list of lab certified materials, which include:
• Titanium Ti-6Al-4V
• Inconel 718
• Invar 32-5
AM deals with incredibly tight tolerances — which is why Burloak makes quality assurance a top priority. From production to documentation, process control to delivery, we go to great lengths to ensure the final product meets your specifications, drawing and requirements.
Our stringent quality assurance process includes:
We are also investing heavily in our complete materials and metrology laboratory. Led by a talented team of materials experts, our metrology lab leverages leading technologies to ensure high quality, including: CMM, laser scanning, CT scanning, SEM, powder characterization, metallography, chemical analysis, and tensile and hardness testing.