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Metal Fabrication and Additive Manufacturing Solutions

Cincinnati Incorporated (CI) will feature metal fabrication and additive manufacturing product lines in two booths at FABTECH. The latest models and updates to its stalwart laser cutting systems and press brakes will be in one booth. A second booth will feature CI's new additive solutions - including the new Small Area Additive Manufacturing (SAAM) system - and a 3-D printed Shelby Cobra will be on display near the registration area.

The additive systems, such as Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM), developed as part of a cooperative research and development agreement between CI and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, have enabled significant new manufacturing capabilities to a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, marine, appliance and more.

The Cobra was produced using the BAAM system. BAAM is a large-scale additive system built on a fabricated frame and CI's patented advanced linear drive motor. The system extrudes a wide variety of thermoplastics and fiber reinforced thermoplastics to build parts layer-by-layer. SAAM uses the same process to produce prototypes and smaller parts, saving materials and providing a right-sized solution for additive applications.

"In the metal fabrication booth we expect our new products such as the 60-ton GOFORM press brake, 8-kW CL980 fiber laser and CPX300 hi-def plasma laser to get a lot of attention," said Matt Garbarino, Director of Marketing Communications for Cincinnati Incorporated. "We will also have a highly accessorized MAXFORM press brake and robotically integrated bending and tool changing cell on display. On the additive side, the SAAM system is proving to be the perfect complement to BAAM, and our booth in the additive pavilion will show how it fits into our solutions mix."

For more information contact:

Cincinnati Incorporated

7420 Kilby Road

Harrison, OH 45030-8915


FABTECH Booths A-4014 and B-70

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