Category Archives: Electron Beam Melting

Nanfang Additive Manufacturing confirms contract for 3D printed oil and gas pipelines

Nanfang Additive Manufacturing Technology Co., headquartered in Foshan, China, has signed a contract with the state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Tubular Goods Research Institute (TGRI). In the terms of the contract, Nanfang and TGRI will investigate whether electron beam manufacturing (EBM) can be used to make components for oil and gas pipelines. A nuclear effort […]

Interview: Inside the GE Additive Spectra H with Annika Ölme, Arcam

Annika Ölme is Vice President of product management at metal additive manufacturing company Arcam AB. Now a subsidiary of GE Additive, Arcam specializes in electron beam melting (EBM) technology. The company released it’s latest 3D printer, the Spectra H, at RAPID + TCT 2018. At the show, I met with Ölme to learn more about the technology […]

Lima Corporate’s EBM 3D printed hip plant ‘could last a lifetime’

In 2007 Dr. Guido Grappiolo became the first surgeon to use a 3D printed trabecular titanium (TT) hip cup for a patient. Over ten years later Dr. Grappiolo speaks to Lima Corporate, the developer of the technology, and reports that the first TT implant is still going strong. 100,000 patients later Trabecular titanium is a biocompatible […]

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 […]

GE ups stake in Arcam EBM expands additive manufacturing in Sweden

In the latest stage of GE’s Arcam EBM acquisition, wholly owned subsidiary GE Sweden Holdings AB has started to buyout the remaining stakeholders of the Swedish electron beam melting (EBM) metal additive manufacturing company. Global investment firms Elliott Management and Polygon Investment both yielded their shares, and as of 29 December 2017 GE holds approximately 95% […]

Metal additive manufacturing updates from GE’s AP&C and PyroGenesis

AP&C, a producer of spherical metal powders for additive manufacturing, has opened a manufacturing facility in St Eustache, Quebec. The $31M CAD factory employs over 100 people and will be able to annually process 1250 tons of material at full capacity.   AP&C specialises in high purity titanium metal powders for use in metallurgical applications. […]

Metal 3D printing moves toward more realistic prosthesis for amputees

3D printed artificial limbs are popular projects for makers and organizations around the globe. Computer aided design (CAD) and the cost of materials means that …

Arcam spaltet EBM-Geschäft ab und ernennt Karl Lindblom als General Manager

Der schwedische Hersteller von Metall-3D-Druckern mit Electron Beam Melting (EBM) Technologie, Arcam AB, spaltet seinen EBM-Geschäftsbereich ab und ernennt Karl Lindblom zum General Manager von Arcam EBM. Arcam EBM mit Sitz in Mölndal, Schweden, wird Entwicklung, Fertigung, Verkauf und Support von Arcam EBM-Systemen übernehmen und verfügt über zusätzliche Verkaufs- und Servicestellen in England, Deutschland, Italien, […]

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