MÖLNDAL, Sweden--Regulatory News:
Arcam AB (STO:ARCM)
Arcam, listed on NASDAQ Stockholm and leading supplier of additive manufacturing solutions, today announced that lightweight metals leader Alcoa (NYSE:AA) has expanded its portfolio of additive manufacturing solutions to include the Arcam Q20plus, Arcam’s largest, fastest 3D printer, at Alcoa’s Austin, TX facility. Alcoa will leverage the printer’s larger size and high output electron beam melting technology to meet increasing demand for complex, high-performance 3D printed parts for aerospace.
The Arcam Q20plus allows Alcoa to print parts directly from a 3D computer model by melting and fusing layers of fine metal powder with an electron beam. The Arcam Q20plus is designed for cost-efficient manufacturing of a wide range of aerospace-related components such as aerospace engine and industrial gas turbine components and structural airframe components. The Arcam Q20plus offers the additional advantages of faster build speed and a larger build envelope for printing bigger components or enabling optimal stacking of smaller components.
"Arcam is proud to support Alcoa, an innovation leader in 3D printing for aerospace, with our cutting edge 3D printing technology,” says Magnus René, CEO of Arcam.
Arcam Group provides cost-efficient Additive Manufacturing solutions for production of metal components. Arcam’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM®) technology offers design freedom combined with excellent material properties and high productivity. Arcam is, through its solution orientation and comprehensive product offering, an innovative partner for advanced manufacturing, primarily for the aerospace and medical industries. Arcam offers EBM systems through Arcam AB in Sweden, powder metals through AP&C in Canada and implant contract manufacturing through DiSanto in the U.S.The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and the Head Office is located in Mölndal, Sweden.
Arcam AB • Krokslätts Fabriker 27A • SE-431 37 Mölndal, Sweden • 46-31-710 32 00 • www.arcam.com
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