For Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing (KAM), success with additive manufacturing happens on the so-called “subtractive” machines.
The Statesville, North Carolina, company produces highly engineered metal components for industries including aerospace and defense through laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) on 20 metal additive machines. But more than just the 3D printing goes into this production. “For us, 60% of the challenge of additive manufacturing is in the CNC machining,” says company owner and founder Brad Keselowski.
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