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Arcam EBM Spectra H

arcam ebm spectra h electron beam melting machine

Arcam EBM Spectra H

Advancing the industry
GE Additive’s Arcam EBM Spectra H is setting the pace in additive manufacturing. With an extended build platform and capability to produce parts at temperatures exceeding 1000 °C, the machine’s enhanced capacity is opening up new opportunities to produce large, high-integrity parts faster than ever before. As part of a system that simplifies operation and maximizes output, Arcam EBM Spectra H is the evolution that's helping the industry take the next step forward.

The expanded build chamber, 39% larger than the previous-generation machine, enables Arcam EBM Spectra H to deliver market-leading, high-temperature additive manufacturing. Movable heat shields create improved insulation, forming the ideal environment for exceptional part production. An auto-calibrated, 6 kW beam provides a 100% increase in power to provide up to 50% faster builds, allowing manufacturers to begin transitioning into high-volume outputs.
 
Extended platform

With this extended platform, it’s possible to print larger parts than ever before, and produce more parts at one time. And with Spectra H’s high-heat capability, users can incorporate new alloys into production to expand their offerings, including high-temperature, crack-prone materials.
 

Features

  • Largest EBM build volume for high-heat, crack-prone materials
  • Auto-calibrated beam for precise part production
  • Closed powder-handling system to maintain powder batch integrity for optimal part production
  • Movable heat shields for improved temperature management
  • Automated powder distribution and powder recovery station
  • 100% increase in power to provide up to 50% faster builds
  • Automated system to reduce operator dependency and ensure optimal quality control 

Electron Beam Power

6 kW

Build volume

250 x 430 mm (Ø/H)

Available Materials


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