“LILAS GmbH” is a research and development company. We find solutions to commercial, industrial, research and defense challenges. Our electron beam wirefeed 3D printing technology is ideal for aerospace applications.
“LILAS GmbH” has developed compact, simple and reliable modular additive manufacturing system based on electron beam and metal wire feedstock. The proprietary multiple heat sources technology provides controlled distribution of temperature in the melt zone and ensures optimal conditions for the optimal metallurgic process.
“LILAS” e-gun AM technology does not require complicated vacuum systems, there is no pollution of e-gun elements by vapors and there is no X-ray radiation - so the system does not require heavy protective shielding. The system is light, efficient and cost-effective. The shape of "LILAS" electron beam emitters is determined by the specifics of the future AM object to ensure efficient AM process.
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The ULTRASONIC series is a unique and pioneering machine tool that offers not only ordinary cutting operations but also high-speed, high-precision, high-efficiency grinding by means of ultrasonic oscillation.
It achieves high-precision machining of a wide range of materials from standard metals to difficult-to-cut materials of ceramics and high-tech materials of carbides.
The ULTRASONIC 20 linear is based on the HSC series machines. It comes with linear drives and offers both HSC milling and ultrasonic machining on one machine.
The Haas VM Series machines are high-performance VMCs that provide the accuracy, rigidity, and thermal stability required for mold making, tool & die work, and other high-precision industries. Each machine features a generous work cube, a multi-fixturing table, and a 12,000-rpm inline direct-drive spindle. Standard features include the Haas high-speed control with full look-ahead, a side-mount tool changer, a programmable coolant nozzle, an automatic air gun, and much more.
- Inline direct-drive spindle
- Side-mount tool changer
- Multi-fixturing table
- High-speed machining software
Different models of "LILAS" e-guns - the shape of the gun's emitter is determined by the specifics of the future AM object.
The Mitsubishi EA8S Advance features the new M700 series control with 15” touch screen and FP80S energy-saving power supply, reducing electrical consumption by 20% as compared to the previous FP model. The all-new Power Master GF2 Adaptive Control reduces graphite electrode wear by as much as 80%. The addition of the new SS Jump 5 optimizes jump up acceleration control to stabilize high-speed No-Flush burning.
The machine results you expect – in a playful, transparent, efficient and reliable process These days, the operation of a CNC machine no longer has to be complicated – the dialogue guidance of the CNC helps less experienced machine operators to reliably accomplish their tasks. The transparency of the machining processes on the EDM system and overviews of the state of maintenance and resource consumption are a help with cost analysis and preventive maintenance. The analysis functions thus help to boost efficiency by exploiting capacities and resources better – and boost the proverbial reliability of the EDM systems from Mitsubishi Electric still further.
- Travel: 400 / 300 / 220
- Workpiece dimensions: 810 x 700 x 215
Water Jet Sweden
Water Jet Sweden’s machine model “Micro” (NCM 10) is specially developed for the FAWJ-process and is used for manufacturing of micro components. Micro waterjet cutting machine is a popular alternative to Micro-EDM and Laser. The Micro is a machine system based on Water Jet Sweden’s patented Gantry design and has a number of unique features for cutting with tolerances less than ± 0.01 mm. Some examples are the cutting table which is made of epoxy concrete, a material that also is used for measuring machines. The machine’s positioning is determined by a micrometer scale from Renishaw, an invar scale that has a precision of 1 nm. The Micro machine is a high precision tool used in precision mechanics, electronics, biotechnology and similar industry sectors, and for jewelry design and processing of exclusive materials.
I used to wonder how it comes about that the electron is negative. Negative-positive... these are perfectly symmetric in physics. There is no reason whatever to prefer one to the other. Then why is the electron negative? I thought about this for a long time and at last all I could think was “It won the fight!”!
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