DMLS Additive Metal Manufacturing
Burloak Technologies' AMM (Additive Metal Manufacturing) process utilizes state of the art DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) systems to produce prototype, production and replacement parts directly from digital data using a process referred to as DDM (Direct Digital Manufacturing) to deliver fully dense components in a wide range of metals in a matter of hours rather than the weeks and sometimes months offered by traditional methods.
By building parts one layer at a time, our DMLS systems allow the creation of complex features within parts that would be impossible to produce with traditional subtractive manufacturing methods. These complex geometries can include features such as fully conformal heating and cooling channels in molds, dies and turbo components, complex heat exchanger geometries, and lightweight componentry with extremely thin wall sections.
Another key benefit of our AMM process is the ability to dramatically improve designs by combining multiple components within an assembly into a single component thereby reducing manufacturing costs, eliminating assembly costs and risks and allowing for much lighter and potentially more efficient designs.