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Home > Press > Fonon Announces 3D Metal Sintering Technology: Emerging Additive Nano Powder Manufacturing Technology

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FONON, the industry leader in developing high-tech fiber and CO2 laser systems for marking, cutting and engraving applications, is proud to unveil the Its New Additive manufacturing Equipment - the brand new 3D Metal Sintering System (3D Metal Printing). Fonon Additive Manufacturing Technologies encompass 3D FUSION TECHNOLOGY or 3D Laser Metal Sintering (Commonly known as 3D Printing) Technologies.

Fonon Announces 3D Metal Sintering Technology: Emerging Additive Nano Powder Manufacturing Technology

Lake Mary, FL | Posted on August 28th, 2014

Fonon' s 3D FUSION™ or 3D Laser Metal Sintering (Printing) process is an emerging additive NANO Powder Manufacturing Technology with a presence in the medical industry as well as Manufacturing (Mold fabrication and Repair), Defense, aerospace and high technology engineering and electronics sectors.

3D Laser Metal Printing is a digitally driven additive manufacturing process that fuses together layer by layer of metal NANO powders with high quality focused laser energy to form functional 3D metal objects. Our 3D Metal printing process is formed from 3D CAD design files layered every 10 to 100 microns. Fusion between the layers is happening in a tightly controlled vacuum or inert gas process atmosphere, particularly necessary for titanium and some other oxygen sensitive metals. Once complete, the part undergoes post processing, including heat treatment, surface finishing and coating as per part design specification.

Robert Hunt, the company spokesman, stated "We are one of the Pioneering professional laser equipment companies in the USA who stepped into additive manufacturing. We believe that our vast experience in the design and manufacture of laser tools installed at most major Fortune 500 manufacturing companies will guarantee the broader penetration of exciting 3D metal fusion into industrial space. We intend to replace the generic approach to 3D Metal prototyping and replace it with development of specialized high productivity 3D Fusion systems to fit specific applications. For example the system for Jewelry printing will be completely different from the Laser Fusion system capable of manufacturing medical contact pads or missile war heads."

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About Fonon
Fonon is the industry leader in developing high-tech fiber and CO₂ laser systems for marking, cutting, 3D Printing and 3D engraving and Zero Width Laser Cutting Technologies™ applications. Our systems are used by manufacturers in the semiconductor, flat panel display, automotive, aerospace, industrial, defense, electronic and medical industries around the world.

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Contacts:
400 Rinehart Rd, suite 1000
Lake Mary, FL 32819

Tel: 407-477-5618
Toll Free: 844-44-LASER

Robert Hunt
Tel 407-477-5618

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