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Aerospace manufacturer becoming part of the Velo3D network
StarHagen is joining the Velo3D Contract Manufacturer Network (CMN) with the purchase of a new printer. Their Sapphire printer is calibrated to print in Inconel 625, a nickel-based superalloy designed for strength, resisting high temperatures and corrosion. The aerospace part producer specializes in manufacturing for prototype and production volumes.
In addition to its new Sapphire printer, the company also operates a variety of computer numerical control (CNC) machines, including those capable of 4 and 5-axis machining, which will enable it to provide complete turn-key parts for its customers. StarHagen has extensive experience working with various exotic alloys, including those commonly used in aerospace applications like Inconel 625. The company is AS9100 certified, giving its customers the confidence in quality they require.
Headquartered in Mooresville, N.C., StarHagen will be the first Velo3D Contract Manufacturer Network located on the US east coast. Charlotte’s manufacturing industry has already experienced broad adoption of AM.