The BAAM is a large format, industrial additive machine designed and built for long term production manufacturing. The BAAM challenges the economics of traditional manufacturing methods by producing large, near-net shape parts at rapid speeds and a fraction of the cost.
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Mines requires an integrated wire-arc additive manufacturing (“WAAM”) machine capable in support of a project exploring metal additive manufacturing for fabricating structural components for the US defense community. Equipment shall be delivered on a “FOB Destination, prepay and add” basis. ...
Colorado School of Mines (Mines) requires a laser powder bed fusion (PBF) additive manufacturing machine (AM) capable of fabricating metallic articles using standard and non-standard alloys in support of a project exploring metal AM for fabricating structural components for the US defense community. ...
See attached Combination Synopsis-Solicitation for Commercial Purchases_20Q0183 and Provisions and Clauses Full Text Attachment. Product Service Code:- K099 - MODIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT- MISCELLANEOUS NAICS Code:- 811310 - Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance Primary point of contact:- Walker T. Hare email@example.com Phone Number 3013941088 Secondary point of contact:- Ariel M. Amey firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number 3013941081
Wilsonville, OR 97070-9295 US Email: Vivian.Chen@oit.edu Phone: (503)821-1266Print Format:Bid Print NewFile Attachments: RFP 2022-05 Additive Manufacturing Machine.pdfForm Attachments:Required Quote Attachments Discipline Type:SuppliesProcurement Method:Competitive Sealed Proposal
(vi) Description of requirements: Replacement parts for AJFLEX aerosol jet additive machine including a MCMA One (1) Year Maintenance Renewal for Mastercam Mill 3D, Multiaxis, Aerosol Jet Plug-In, and ACS Postprocessor.
The Oregon Institute of Technology was awarded a grant from the Economic Development Administration (“EDA”) to procure equipment for the advancement of manufacturing research and development (EDA Award Number: 07-01-07446). Accordingly, Oregon Tech is now seeking proposals to select a vendor to provide the equipment as specified in this Request for Proposals.
NASA/MSFC intends to purchase the GE Company DBA GE Additive X-Line 2000R AM machine on a sole source basis from GE Additive. The NASA MSFC Nonmetallic Materials and Manufacturing Branch requires the X- Line 2000R AM Machine to support the Liquid Engine Office (LEO) Development program for the RS25 Liquid Rocket Engine. This machine will also support AM certification rational and requirements development.