Arcam order intake up 55% in 2014

January 5, 2015

Sweden’s Arcam AB, a manufacturer of Additive Manufacturing equipment based on Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology, reported further orders in December 2014 that resulted in a total order intake for the year of some 42 EBM systems, up 55% on 2013.

“The increase in order intake confirms the strong interest in our EBM systems for Additive Manufacturing and lays a solid foundation for continued growth in 2015 and onwards,” stated Magnus René, CEO of Arcam.

The Arcam Group provides a range of Additive Manufacturing solutions for production of metal components. The group offers EBM systems through Arcam AB in Sweden, metal powders through AP&C in Canada and implant contract manufacturing through DiSanto in the USA.

 

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Arcam’s Q20 is designed for cost-efficient manufacturing of a wide range of aerospace related components such as turbine blades and structural airframe components

www.arcam.com  


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