Category Archives: Concept Laser

FMI Instrumed increases metal additive manufacturing for medical devices capacity

FMI Instrumed has added a fifth industrial metal 3D printer to their Schiedam facility in the Netherlands. FMI Instrumed is a subsidiary of FMI, a machining company first established in 1962. FMI operates a number of metal 3D printers, including the Concept Laser M2 Cusing Dual Laser additive manufacturing system. The powder bed fusion M2 […]

Ampower provides in-depth insight into metal 3D printing for automotive

Ampower, a consultancy firm specializing in industrial additive manufacturing advice, has published a insights report on the application of powder bed fusion (PBF) based metal 3D printing in automotive. The report considers Laser Beam Melting (LBM) methods, as provided by Concept Laser, EOS, Trumpf, Renishaw and SLM Solutions, and Electron Beam Melting (EBM), which is commercialized by […]

Ampower provides in-depth insight into metal 3D printing for automotive

Ampower, a consultancy firm specializing in industrial additive manufacturing advice, has published a insights report on the application of powder bed fusion (PBF) based metal 3D printing in automotive. The report considers Laser Beam Melting (LBM) methods, as provided by Concept Laser, EOS, Trumpf, Renishaw and SLM Solutions, and Electron Beam Melting (EBM), which is commercialized by […]

Oerlikon and Boeing partner to bring 3D printed standard to aerospace

Swiss listed technology group Oerlikon (SWX:OERL) has signed a five year metal 3D printing collaboration agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA). Under the terms of the agreement, the two partners will focus on creating standard means of additively manufacturing titanium aircraft parts, that meet flight requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the […]

Oerlikon and Boeing partner to bring 3D printed standard to aerospace

Swiss listed technology group Oerlikon (SWX:OERL) has signed a five year metal 3D printing collaboration agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA). Under the terms of the agreement, the two partners will focus on creating standard means of additively manufacturing titanium aircraft parts, that meet flight requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the […]

GE launches Additive Education Program 2018 with Ultimaker as new sponsor

GE is now accepting 2018 applications for its GE Additive Education Program (AEP). The program, now in its second year, will see GE investing a total of $10 million over five years in delivering polymer 3D printers to schools, and metal 3D printers to colleges and universities around the world. The 2018 AEP has also […]

3D Printing Industry review of the year November 2017

In November, the word on everyone’s lips was formnext. A number of companies leaked information about upcoming releases/demos, and 3D Printing Industry reporters were out in force at Frankfurt’s largest 3D printing fair to date, with 4 of the team spending the week at the show. To start Sascha F. Wenzler, Vice president of formnext […]

The HENSOLDT AM Suite is a mobile, self-sufficient 3D printing cell

Headquartered in Taufkirchen, Bavaria, Hensoldt is a multinational defense, aerospace and electronics company. A spin-out from Airbus Group in 2016, Hensoldt now has approximately 4,000 employees and generates annual revenues in the region of €1 billion. Some of these funds are now invested in developing what the company describe as “a turnkey solution for 3D […]

GE Additive eröffnet internationales Customer Experience Center in München

GE Additive hat gestern sein erstes internationales Customer Experience Center in Garching bei München eröffnet. Kunden haben dort die Möglichkeit mit additiven Fertigungsprozessen zu experimentieren. GE investierte in das 2.700 Quadratmeter Münchner Zentrum insgesamt $ 15 Millionen. Um die 50 Mitarbeiter von GE Additive, die sich im Bereich Design und Produktion der Additiven Fertigung spezialisiert […]

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GE Additive opens $15 million Customer Experience Center in Munich

Expanding support for new and existing customers in Europe, GE Additive has launched its Customer Experience Center in Munich. The new 2,700 square meter facility is the first international center of this kind from GE. The chosen location also makes it neighbor to a number of other key players in the 3D printing industry, contributing to a […]