The benefits of Additive Manufacturing (AM) for metals are numerous and well known: The ability to print complex parts, small batches, and less waste are examples to make additive manufacturing the easy choice over traditional manufacturing methods.
However, AM by powder bed fusion is a process more related to welding (layer by layer) than to traditional manufacturing, and so are the related challenges. This makes the monitoring of light elements (C/S, O/N/H) throughout the entire AM process (from powder manufacturers, powder recycling inside the system, printed parts, HIP’d parts) a vital step to produce high quality parts - consistently. These light elements are, due to their properties, difficult to measure by direct spectroscopic methods. Combustion and fusion analyzers however can measure these elements fast and with great precision.
Bruker’s combustion/fusion analyzers make your lab life a lot easier. With our dedicated Application Scientists, Service and Sales Engineers, Bruker is able to help your company meet their analytical needs in the most efficient and affordable way.
During this 30-minute complimentary webinar, we:
Product Manager Combustion/Fusion Analysis (CS/ONH), Bruker AXS
Business Development Manager Combustion/Fusion Analysis (CS/ONH) Karlsruhe, Germany