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Additive Manufacture (AM) Post Processing

Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies News and PR from Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies - Published 01 April 2020 Additive manufacturing is a rapidly growing industry, the technology has grown from a rapid prototyping solution into mainstream production of high complexity components.
Multiple parts that once needed to be designed for manufacture and fitted together to form a complex assembly can often be replaced by a single AM produced component with none of the same design constraints. These new generation methods often lead to savings in weight, efficiency and lead time.

CWST have developed a Post Additive Manufacturing process to :-

- Improve surface finish and surface characterisation

- Improve component cleanlinessRemove support structures

- Remove sintered surfaceSurface compression and densification

- Management of residual stresses

- Improve fatigue life

CWST are happy to engage at the design and development stages to help ensure that parts are designed with economical post processing in mind.
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