Egyptian British Bureau for Additive Manufacturing Services
Established in 2019, as a 3D printing hub that provides both consulting solutions and services, focused on innovation and re-engineering.
Our founders and investors are a group of passionate entrepreneurs who have intensive business experiences in a variety of industries.
We empower the different businesses to re-imagine the way they design and manufacture their products.
EBBAMS is constantly searching for new methods to solve unique customer challenges. Challenges is what drives us, and it is how we are building our reputation as a trusted partner for our customers.
Additive layer manufacturing using plastic and metal printing for repair and reverse engineering.
Additive Manufacturing for medical sector: the development of customized medical implants for the orthopaedical and dental surgeries, or using plastics for pre-operative planning and the creation of surgical jigs and fixtures.
Additive Manufacturing support activities: geometrical dimensioning and measurements using 3D scanning, heat treatment/stress relief and surface modification and characterization.
3D scanners measure complex objects very quickly, and can speed up the design workflow tremendously when real-life references are involved. With the ability to capture and modify physical shapes, we can design 3D printed parts that fit perfectly on existing products of all kinds.
Reverse engineering is a powerful way to create digital designs from a physical part. Using the reverse engineering software, we prepare a model for further use and reproduction (CAD model).
General finite element modelling to perform stress analysis for new products, or to use topology optimization for the development of new design concepts
Additive Manufacturing by Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
Selective LASER Melting is a powder based technique of additive manufacturing that uses high density LASER to melt and fuse metallic powders together.
Printing with metals will take your business to another level of concepts and opportunity.
You can build high-end products and industrial spare parts using different and many variation of metal materials offered.
Additive Manufacturing by Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
WAAM is a variation of a Direct Energy Deposition technology and uses an arc welding process to 3D print metal parts.
It works by melting metal wire using an electric arc as the heat source. The process is controlled by a robotic arm.
Additive Manufacturing by Stereolithography (SLA)
Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer
Stereolithography uses liquid resins to build your objects with high accuracy efficient LASERs.
Although SLA doesn’t support big build volumes like FDM, SLA will help you produce top quality accurate parts with very special set of materials.
SLA gives the smoothest surface finish and precise material specifications.
Additive Manufacturing by Fused Deposition Modelling
Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is a 3D printing technology widely known for its speed, accuracy, and competitive cost.
FDM printers use a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point and then extruded, layer by layer, to create a three dimensional object.
FDM is commonly used for concept modelling, functional prototypes, manufacturing tooling, and end-use parts applications.
Different materials and build sizes allows us to find the best solution for your business (light weight, strong, tough, flexible, durable, and other properties).
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