Products & Services
Robotic WAAM System
1000mm in diameter, 1500mm in height
ABB 1520ID + ABB IRBP A250
Lincoln Electric Aspect 300 AC/DC
ABB RobotStudio + In-house developed codes
LOW BUY-TO-FLY RATIO
Near net shape manufacturing
Machining 10-40:1 BTF
WAAM 1.5-5:1 BTF
DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Cutting edge design tools (topology optimization, lattice structure)
On site part manufacturing on demand and need a out-of-production parts
Lower setup and consumable costs vs casting and forging
As an innovative additive manufacturing company for metals, AlloyAdditive can serve customer’s needs and parts made with alloys in the material table. Those alloys fulfil the needs that are required in defence, aerospace, energy, and oil-gas industries by quick solidification during printing process which leads to refined grain formation in the microstructure and yields to higher strength values.
304, 308, 316L, 17-4PH, 422
4043, 5356, 2319
Liner with Boss
Print Time: 21 Hours
Machining Time: 1 Hour
Weight: 13 kg
Diameters: 356mm Min, 425mm Max
This downscaled version of liner part of a gas turbine have various processes with high lead time. Firstly, symmetric sheet parts are formed in press system then welded together. After that, boss part is machined from solid block. Finally, boss part is welded to the liner.
To simplify this production, we printed the liner than the boss onto liner with the help of workpiece positioner.
Alloy Additive Technologies aims to produce perfect designs without limits. Large scale parts (1 meter in diameter 1.5 meter in height) manufacturing via 3D metal printers with capability of printing variation of alloys (Stainless Steel, Ti64, Inconel625, Aluminium alloys).
Wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is the method that used in AlloyAdditive.
Alloy Additive participated KWORKS’20 Campus Deep Technology Programme.
In 2020, TÜBİTAK “The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey” awarded Alloy Additive with seed capital in 1512 Techno-Entrepreneurship Support Program.
In 2021, Alloy Additive moved its office to Cube Incubation in TEKNOPARK ISTANBUL.
In July 2021, Alloy Additive became a member of SAHA İSTANBUL Defence and Aerospace Cluster Association.