Arcam to supply additional EBM systems to aerospace component manufacturer

October 15, 2015

Sweden’s Arcam AB has announced it has received an order for two EBM systems from CalRAM, a US based supplier to the aerospace and defence sectors. The EBM systems will be used for production of aerospace components.

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CalRAM was acquired by Midstate Berkshire in October 2014 and has been a customer of Arcam since 2005. The company currently operates five EBM systems. “With demand for Additive Manufacturing production increasing rapidly, we continue to invest in EBM technology to secure capacity and give CalRAM an edge in the aerospace industry,” stated Duane Pekar, CEO of Midstate Berkshire.

“Arcam is the leading supplier of titanium Additive Manufacturing systems and we turned to them with confidence, having used their EBM products for years,” added Pekar.

“Arcam’s strategy is to offer Additive Manufacturing solutions specifically targeting production volumes in the aerospace and orthopaedic industries. This deal confirms the potential for our EBM technology within the aerospace industry. We look forward to continue working closely with CalRAM to further grow their activities in this innovative, demanding industry,” stated Magnus René, CEO of Arcam.

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