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Laser Hardening of Press Brake Tooling for Enhanced Performance

High precision press brake tools are essential for the metalworking industry, providing the necessary precision and durability for bending and shaping sheet metal. These tools are crafted from a variety of materials, including 4140, 4130, S7, A2, and D2 steels,

Repair of Decanter Centrifuge Components

Repair of Decanter Centrifuge Components Centrifuges are commonly used in medical, manufacturing and waste processing fields. They use a process that accelerates heterogeneous mixtures into components based on different densities. Density compares the amount of matter an object has to

Revolutionary Breakthrough: Synergy Unveils Cutting-Edge Laser Hardening Technology for Trim Dies

Conventional heat treating process for trim dies involved leaving an extra stock of material on the die, which was then subjected to induction or flame heat treating. After heat treatment, the dies were machined back to the required tolerances. While

Repair and Refurbishment of high precision shafts using Laser Cladding

Shaft laser cladding is a highly effective process for the repair and refurbishment of industrial machinery components such as precision tools, motor shafts, centrifuge components etc.  especially those that have suffered from wear and tear or corrosion. This process uses

Laser Heat Treating on Hem Dies: An Innovative Solution for Automotive Production

  The automotive industry is constantly seeking new and improved methods for producing high-quality vehicles. Hemming is a critical operation in the production process and has a significant impact on the overall quality and performance of a vehicle. Hemming involves

Laser Heat Treating of Trim Inserts for Automotive Dies: Improving Performance and Consistency

  In the automotive industry, trim inserts play a crucial role in the production of sheet metal stampings. Trim steels are used to trim the metal sheets after forming operation. To ensure that the trim inserts are strong and durable,

Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC Speaks at Metal Stamping Technology Conference

Join us January 24-25  at the Metal Stamping Technology Conference in Nashville. Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC's CTO and Co-Founder, Aravind Jonnalagadda will cover case studies on how manufacturers can reduce overall costs, and time to market while significantly improving quality.  Register

Synergy Additive Manufacturing, LLC Opens Expansion Facility in Grand Rapids, MI

  We are excited to announce that our state-of-the-art Robotic Laser Heat Treating facility is now open! This is one of the largest Laser Heat Treating facilities built to date in the United States.  Our new location in Grand Rapids,

Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC Speaks at RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference

Join us October 12th at the RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference. Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC's CTO and Co-Founder Aravind Jonnalagadda will join the list of panelists to discuss the benefits of High Speed Laser Cladding/Repair.  The two-day event will feature presentations,

Synergy Additive Manufacturing Receives Industry 4.0 Grant from the State of Michigan

We are excited to announce that Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC has received a grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s Industry 4.0 Technology Implementation Grant program! The funding is part of the MEDC program to ensure that 50% of local

#GDIS 2022

  Synergy Additive Manufacturing Co-Founder and CTO Aravind Jonnalagadda and Nitin Kumar are presenting with other industry experts at GDIS 2022. Join us Wednesday, May 18 to learn more about Laser Heat Treating on Form, Trim, & Hot Stamping Dies.

LASER HEAT TREATMENT OF AUTOMOTIVE DIES – BUSINESS CASE AND COST SAVINGS

In the case of automotive dies, the cost savings that result from switching from conventional heat treating processes to laser heat treating are due to the elimination of the hard milling operations that are typically required following the use of those conventional processes.

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