• Theta Technologies’ development of a nonlinear acoustic non-destructive testing method looks set to become a game-changer for additive manufacturers looking to push the boundaries of geometric design. With Theta’s nonlinear resonance NDT becoming a topic of discussion within the additive manufacturing community, 3dpbm helped to spot and enable the perfect…

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  • Theta Technologies will be showing its game-changing, non-destructive testing (NDT) solution, the RD1-TT systems, at the upcoming Formnext (hall 12.0 stand E67). The nonlinear resonance technique employed by the RD1-TT has been shown to detect the presence of flaws in 3D printed components: it is designed to excite components using…

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  • Theta Technologies proves NDT capabilities. Using a nonlinear resonance technique to find flaws in HiETA's 3D printed heat exchanger samples.

    Theta Technologies is developing a game-changing, non-destructive testing (NDT) solution that is proven to detect the presence of flaws in 3D printed components. The nonlinear resonance technique is designed to excite components using a variety of different sources. Once the component is excited, a detector system watches for non-linearity within…

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  • AddUp, a global metal additive manufacturing OEM offering multi-technology production systems, known for its FormUp and BeAM 3D printers, has entered a development and license agreement with the Swedish 3D visualization and data fusion software company Interspectral. AddUp’s FormUp 350 AddUp’s FormUp 350 includes one of the most advanced monitoring…

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  • Theta Technologies NLA

    UK-based Theta Technologies is an expert in non-destructive testing and specializes particularly in a new type of testing process called nonlinear acoustics (NLA). The technology uses audible and ultrasound frequencies to detect any inconsistencies or defects rapidly and cost-efficiently in 3D printed parts. Presently, the company is preparing to bring…

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  • Theta Technologies non-linear acoustics

    As additive manufacturing technologies become increasingly sophisticated and more and more viable for the production of end-use parts for critical applications, new questions and challenges inevitably arise. Once AM processes have been validated, AM companies and adoptive industries must reckon with how to ensure the process is scalable and industry-ready.…

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  • Conflux Quantify, the proprietary quality control software developed by 3D printed heat exchanger specialist Conflux, is tailored to leverage the company’s unique heat exchanger geometries and manufacturing capabilities. Key benefits include improved quality control, lighter/thinner/higher performance HXs due to improved development capabilities and more cost-effective HXs due to the reduced…

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  • Conflux Technology uses the Australian Synchrotron, which is operated by ANSTO, as part of its advanced development process for metal 3D printed heat exchangers. It’s certainly a unique tool for NDT in any R&D workflow. Over the years, the Australian company has shown that using additive manufacturing to build heat exchangers…

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