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Fabrisonic hires 3D printing engineer

Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer of ultrasonic additive manufacturing systems and 3D metal printing based in Columbus, OH, announced the addition of engineer Justin Wenning to its technical staff. As a 3D printing engineer, Wenning will be responsible for building next-generation hardware for Fabrisonic's customers and to continue development of the company's patented Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) process.

Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer of ultrasonic additive manufacturing systems and 3D metal printing based in Columbus, OH, announced the addition of engineer Justin Wenning to its technical staff. As a 3D printing engineer, Wenning will be responsible for building next-generation hardware for Fabrisonic's customers and to continue development of the company's patented Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) process.

Justin WenningWenning recently completed his BS in welding engineering from Ohio State University with a focus on solid-state welding processes and power ultrasonics. "Justin's background in metallurgy and unique friction joining processes is a great fit with Fabrisonic's technology goals," commented CEO Mark Norfolk. Wenning has previous work experience with both Deere & Co. and Lincoln Electric in welding engineering and mechanical designer roles.

Fabrisonic is an innovative technology company that provides 3D metal printing services in a range of metals through low-temperature Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing technology. The company utilizes a unique 3D metal printing process which harnesses sound waves to merge layers of metal foil in a process that requires no melting. Building in the solid state enables Fabrisonic to join dissimilar materials and other thermally sensitive materials such as electronics.

The 3D metal printing process is used by a variety of industries to create complex components that have distinctive features and attributes not possible with traditional manufacturing techniques.

TAGS: 3D Printing
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